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Boris Johnson's letters to Brussels 'may be in contempt of parliament', Labour's John McDonnell says

Independent Sunday, 20 October 2019
Labour's shadow chancellor John McDonnell has said that Boris Johnson's two letters to the EU may be in contempt of parliament.
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