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Boris Johnson accused of misleading the Queen over motive for suspending parliament

Independent Wednesday, 11 September 2019 ()
Former attorney general says prime minister must resign if Supreme Court upholds ruling that he acted unlawfully
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News video: Boris Johnson Says He Didn't Lie to the Queen About Suspension of Parliament

Boris Johnson Says He Didn't Lie to the Queen About Suspension of Parliament 01:06

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson denies misleading Queen Elizabeth II about his controversial suspension of Parliament leading up to the Brexit deadline. Veuer’s Chandra Lanier has the story.

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