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Johnson ends bruising Brexit week in Scotland

BBC News Friday, 6 September 2019 ()
The prime minister will confirm a £200m funding package for Scottish farmers during his visit.
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News video: What A Week: Judge Sinnott vs. DA Rollins; VP's Ireland Trip; Brexit Mess

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WBZ-TV's Chris McKinnon and Jon Keller discuss Suffolk County District Attorney Rachael Rollins battle with Judge Richard Sinnott, Mike Pence's controversial trip to Ireland and Boris Johnson's Brexit mess in Britain.

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