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      But despite the flak the former Health Secretary insists the decision to go Down Under for the ITV reality show is an ‘amazing opportunity’ to help his dyslexia campaign – and force a change in the law – as Rishi Sunak hammered the MP now kicked out of the Tory parliamentary party.

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