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Boris Johnson: We need to call an election

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Boris Johnson: We need to call an election

Boris Johnson: We need to call an election

As Boris Johnson left an event in New York he said the obvious thing to do now was to call an election.

The prime minister's comments come after the Supreme Court rules the suspension of parliament was unlawful.

Downing Street says the prime minister will fly back from New York overnight, earlier than planned.


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