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Boris Johnson will not face prosecution over £350m EU claim after court victory

Belfast Telegraph Friday, 7 June 2019
Boris Johnson will not face a criminal prosecution over claims he made during the referendum campaign about the UK sending £350 million a week to the EU after winning a High Court challenge.
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