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Boris Johnson to hold fast-tracked Queen's Speech before Christmas if Tories win general election

Independent Monday, 25 November 2019 ()
The Queen's Speech will be fast-tracked and held before Christmas if Boris Johnson wins the general election, as he seeks to ram through his Brexit deal within weeks.
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