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Maria Miller 'devastated' by expenses row

Culture Secretary Maria Miller has said she is "devastated" that she has let her constituents down, amid growing pressure on her to resign.

She told her local newspaper that the 16-month inquiry into her expenses had been "difficult" but she accepted its findings in full and had apologised.

David Cameron has backed Mrs Miller but Tory MPs say the row is damaging.

And former Commons Speaker Baroness Boothroyd has said Mrs Miller should resign as a matter of "honour".

Vicki Young reports.

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