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The EU's Brexit chief said Boris Johnson is using Brexit to distract from his chaotic response to the coronavirus

Business Insider Wednesday, 16 September 2020 ()
Michel Barnier suggested that Boris Johnson took the explosive step to renege on the Brexit deal to divert attention from his coronavirus response.
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