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Boris Johnson could leave Scots Tories on a hook

Daily Record Thursday, 11 July 2019
Boris Johnson could leave Scots Tories on a hookOur Westminster Editor says there is more chance of a lobster escaping the creel then there is of Boris Johnson getting the Brexit deal through the Commons.
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