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UK court blocks bid to prosecute PM Johnson over Brexit bus claim

Reuters Wednesday, 14 August 2019
A campaigner who wanted to prosecute British Prime Minister Boris Johnson for allegedly lying about the benefits of Brexit before the 2016 European Union referendum, has lost his bid to take the case to Britain's top court, Sky News reported.
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