Dominic Raab

Former first secretary of state tells Covid inquiry he did not want to look like he was "enjoying" being in charge while Boris Johnson was incapacitated in 2020.
Reports are now suggesting that the show’s bosses could be eyeing Johnson’s prime ministerial successor as a potential campmate.
Insiders believe dozens more Conservatives will end up quitting parliament.
Dozens have now announced that they are standing down - with more set to follow them.
The Tory backbencher resigned as deputy prime minister and justice secretary last month following a bullying inquiry.
Mark Francois tore into the business secretary over her "massive climbdown" on Brexit.
Jacob Rees-Mogg, Dominic Raab and Michael Gove are among those at risk.
The prime minister said he had "respect" for the former deputy prime minister's record of "stable leadership".
He said the former deputy prime minister's decision was at odds with "13 years of these clowns".
The health secretary is facing allegations in the wake of Dominic Raab's resignation.