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Parliament votes to withhold Boris Johnson's Brexit deal

CBS News Tuesday, 12 November 2019
Huge crowds of anti-Brexit protesters took to the streets of London on Saturday. Organizers claimed up to one million people jammed central London as Parliament debated Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Brexit deal. Ian Lee reports.
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