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New UUP leader attacks Boris Johnson over ‘sell-out’ Brexit deal

Belfast Telegraph Saturday, 9 November 2019
The new Ulster Unionist leader has accused Boris Johnson of proposing a “sell-out” Brexit deal.
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News video: Boris Johnson compares Brexit deal to microwave meal.

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Prime Minister Boris Johnson has compared the Brexit deal to a microwave meal for the second time. Speaking during the launch of the Conservative Party's General Election campaign at the NEC in Birmingham, Mr Johnson said he would "whack" the Withdrawal Agreement Bill "in the microwave".

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