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Boris Johnson makes 'just add water' quip over Brexit deal while future of Somerset flood prevention remains uncertain

Western Gazette Thursday, 14 November 2019
Boris Johnson makes 'just add water' quip over Brexit deal while future of Somerset flood prevention remains uncertainThe Prime Minister visited West Monkton Church of England Primary School on the outskirts of Taunton.
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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, on the campaign trail on Wednesday (November 13), said his Brexit deal was 'ready to go - just add water'.

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