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Boris Johnson avoids MP questions about misleading Queen to appear on Facebook

Independent Wednesday, 11 September 2019 ()
Prime minister was due to face up to two and a half hours of MPs' questions if parliament had not been suspended
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News video: Boris Johnson denies lying to the Queen

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Boris Johnson says he 'absolutely did not' lie to Her Majesty the Queen when advising her to prorogue parliament. The Prime Ministers' comments come after Scotland's highest civil court ruled that the government proroguing parliament was unlawful. Mr Johnson is in London visiting a ship on the River...

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