Dominic Raab calls RAF to coordinate safe return of holidaying Government officials

Dominic Raab today took personal control of the emergency return of Government ministers and officials from holiday.

The Foreign Secretary showed his hands-on approach in a crisis in a photograph randomly taken in his office today.

Mr Raab was keen to get ministers safely back from boutique hotels in the Mediterranean and elsewhere, just in case a completely unforeseen event blew up in a foreign country and required their attention.

“You never know what might happen in an uncertain world,” said a spokesperson for Mr Raab’s office.

“Just to be on the safe side, the Foreign Secretary was today on the phone to the RAF ensuring ministers were rescued from their hellhole, first-class vacations and safely brought back to the UK.”

RAF spokesperson Wing Commander Lorraine Fisher, 34, said: “There are hundreds of ministers desperately trying to get back before anyone notices they had sneaked off for some sunshine.

“We have the logistic expertise to get everyone back before anyone notices.”

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