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Asked about the Grant Shapps-Wikipedia claims, Conservative Education Secretary Nicky Morgan told Good Morning Britain:
David Cameron has defended Grant Shapps after the Conservative chairman was accused of anonymously editing his own entry on Wikipedia.
Taking questions after a speech in Bedford, Mr Cameron was asked whether he had "full confidence" in his chairman, and replied: "Grant does a great job. He has made a very clear statement about this and I have got nothing to add to that."
Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg mocked Grant Shapps, who used the pseudonym Michael Green for his internet business.
At a press conference in central London, Mr Clegg said Mr Shapps has "fervently denied" involvement in editing his Wikipedia page.
He continued: "I'm prepared to believe it. It just could have been someone else - Michael Green, for instance. Boom, boom."
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The Conservative Party chairman has become involved in a row over claims that he was behind changes to the Wikipedia pages of Tory rivals.