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Ex-Journalist Allegra Stratton to lead No 10 TV briefings

Former journalist Allegra Stratton will lead No 10’s new daily televised press briefings, BBC sources understand.

Stratton – who has worked for both ITV and the BBC – will become the government’s new press secretary.

The new updates, similar to the format used by the White House in the United States, are expected to start later this month.

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