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Boris Johnson's administration suffers heavy defeat after peers condemn 'law-breaking' Brexit legislation

WorldNews Tuesday, 20 October 2020
Boris Johnson's administration suffers heavy defeat after peers condemn 'law-breaking' Brexit legislationBoris Johnson's administration suffered a heavy defeat in the House of Lords as peers vowed to reject the "morally wrong" and "illegal" Brexit legislation that enables minister to break international law. ......
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