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Boris Johnson news - live: PM to appear on Marr after avoiding Andrew Neil interview as damning election poll reveals his majority could be halved

Independent Sunday, 1 December 2019
Boris Johnson will appear on the BBC's Andrew Marr Show later today - following a pledge by the broadcaster to refuse the prime minister a platform unless he agreed to an on-air grilling with Andrew Neil.
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News video: Boris Johnson challenged over Andrew Neil interview

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Boris Johnson says he's happy to be interviewed by any Andrew on the BBC, after previously declining an interview with Andrew Neil before the General Election.

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