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Former UK Labour lawmaker urges voters to back Johnson instead

Reuters Thursday, 7 November 2019
A British lawmaker who quit the opposition Labour Party earlier this year saying it had been taken over by extremists and anti-Semites urged voters on Thursday to back Prime Minister Boris Johnson over Labour's Jeremy Corbyn in next month's election.
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An ex-Labour MP has urged people to vote for Boris Johnson instead of Jeremy Corbyn as he announced his decision to quit Parliament. Ian Austin left Mr Corbyn's party in February in response to what he claimed was a culture of anti-Semitism. Report by Czubalam. Like us on Facebook at...

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