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'Just add water': Johnson on Brexit deal

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'Just add water': Johnson on Brexit deal

'Just add water': Johnson on Brexit deal

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, on the campaign trail on Wednesday (November 13), said his Brexit deal was 'ready to go - just add water'.

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