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UK PM Johnson challenges opponents to agree to October 15 election

Reuters Wednesday, 4 September 2019 ()
UK PM Johnson challenges opponents to agree to October 15 electionBritish Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Wednesday challenged opposition Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn to agree to an Oct. 15 parliamentary election, calling a Labour-led plan to try and prevent a no-deal Brexit a 'surrender bill'.
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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Wednesday demanded an Oct. 15 snap election after lawmakers seeking to prevent a no-deal Brexit dealt him a humiliating defeat in parliament which he cast as an attempt to surrender to the European Union. Rough cut (no reporter narration)

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