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Raab’s mobile number online for decade, but no-one’s called it

Over-promoted traffic cone, Dominic Raab, has admitted that his mobile number has been freely available on several websites. Despite that, no-one’s ever chosen to call it.

‘I do get some calls,’ insisted the Foreign Secretary, ‘And they’re not all wrong numbers. Only the other day someone called to enquire whether I’d ever been mis-sold PPI. During the following 30 minutes, I explained that it had indeed happened but as I’d insisted on buying it even though they told me I didn’t need it, that didn’t count. Still, it was an enjoyable conversation until he begged me to hang-up.’

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yihat70909
31 de jan.

This humorous take on Dominic Raab’s unnoticed phone number brings a light-hearted perspective to our daily news consumption. Speaking of modern communication, have you ever explored 'Video chat rooms' as a way to relax and distract yourself from the often overwhelming news cycle? Engaging in casual conversations with people around the world can provide a delightful break from the norm, offering both entertainment and a sense of global connection. It's a digital twist to traditional relaxation methods and can be a refreshing change. What are your thoughts on using such modern communication methods as a way to unwind?

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