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UK's divided royals can fix problems, PM Johnson says

Reuters Tuesday, 14 January 2020 ()
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson expressed confidence on Tuesday that the divided royals would overcome their problems after the queen reluctantly gave her blessing for Prince Harry and his wife Meghan to step back from duties.
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News video: Boris Johnson dodges question about royal family

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The Prime Minister refuses to answer a question about the royal family when asked during his visit to Stormont Castle in Belfast. Senior royals had a crisis meeting following the news that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex intend to step back as a prominent royals.

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