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What Jacob Rees-Mogg said about Boris Johnson's bid to be Prime Minister

Bristol Post Wednesday, 12 June 2019
What Jacob Rees-Mogg said about Boris Johnson's bid to be Prime MinisterThe former London mayor officially opened his leadership campaign in London on Wednesday.
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News video: Boris Johnson makes pledge of October 31 Brexit

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Boris Johnson kicked off his campaign to succeed Prime Minister Theresa May on Wednesday with a pledge to lead Britain out of the European Union on Oct. 31 and a warning to his divided Conservative Party that "delay means defeat". Edward Baran reports.

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