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Would-be PM Johnson's Brexit promise trumps gaffes for UK Conservatives

Reuters Tuesday, 9 July 2019
With a string of sausages round his neck and holding packs of "Boris bangers", Boris Johnson extolled the virtues of new business in northern England as part of his pitch to become Britain's next prime minister.
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