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Boris Johnson is making promises he cannot keep, says UK leadership rival Stewart

Reuters Wednesday, 12 June 2019 ()
Boris Johnson is making promises over Brexit he will not be able to keep if he wins the contest to become Prime Minister, one of his rivals for the top job, Rory Stewart, said on Wednesday.
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