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Dominic Raab faces questions over party for Tory activists at Chevening

Minister urged to clarify who covered costs of event at grace-and-favour mansion days after fall of Kabul

Dominic Raab, the deputy prime minister, held a party for Conservative activists at his grace-and-favour home, raising questions about the costs and whether they were declared within the rules.

Raab, who was foreign secretary at the time, invited about 50 Tories from his Surrey constituency to Chevening, a Grade I-listed, 115-room manor, on 4 September for prosecco and canapés.

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