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Boris Johnson compared to Hitler by chair of Conservative Muslim Forum who blames him for Islamophobic attacks and says he is 'not sufficiently moral' to be prime minister

Independent Friday, 14 June 2019
The chairman of the Conservative Muslim Forum has compared Boris Johnson to Adolf Hitler and said he will end his 36-year membership of the party if he becomes prime minister.
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News video: Boris Johnson heckled during launch of his Conservative leadership bid

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Boris Johnson is heckled during the launch of his Conservative Party leadership bid in central London. The muffled cries appeared to be coming from outside the room in Westminster.

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