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Boris Johnson cocaine use: What the Tory favourite to be next PM has said about taking illegal drugs

Independent Tuesday, 11 June 2019 ()
The past drug use of Tory leadership hopefuls has become an unlikely theme of the race to succeed Theresa May.
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Boris Johnson launches his Conservative Party leadership bid in central London, with questions about cocaine and muslims putting him in the spotlight.

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