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Brexit news - live: Boris Johnson to launch Tory leadership bid amid doubts over 'landslide' poll

Independent Wednesday, 12 June 2019
Ex-foreign secretary renews 31 October withdrawal pledge as cross-party effort to stop no-deal gathers pace
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News video: Boris Johnson's Tory leadership bid round-up

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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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