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Tory leadership: Boris Johnson says there can be no further Brexit delay

BBC News Wednesday, 12 June 2019
Tory leadership: Boris Johnson says there can be no further Brexit delayBoris Johnson says the Tories risk "kicking the bucket" ahead of the launch of his leadership campaign.
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Boris Johnson Leads in First Round of Voting for Tory Leadership The first round of voting by Conservative Members of Parliament has occurred in the United Kingdom and left Boris Johnson with a comfortable lead. Johnson, who launched his campaign on June 12, received 114 votes during the secret...

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