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Johnson visits queen to ask to form government

USATODAY.com Friday, 13 December 2019
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson left Number 10 Downing Street for Buckingham Palace on Friday for a meeting with the Queen where he would be seeking permission to form a government following his resounding election victory on Thursday. (Dec. 13)
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Prime Minister Boris Johnson goes to Buckingham Palace to meet the Queen and form a new Government, following the Conservative Party's election victory. The Prime Minister vowed to unite the country, spread opportunity and β€œget Brexit done” after his snap General Election gamble paid off and he...

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