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UK's Johnson and Corbyn shake hands, agree to improve tone of political debate

Reuters Tuesday, 19 November 2019
Prime Minister Boris Johnson shook hands with his rival, opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, during a live television debate on Tuesday as both men agreed to improve the tone of Britain's political debate.
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Prime Minister Boris Johnson shook hands with his rival, opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, during a live television debate on Tuesday as both men agreed to improve the tone of Britain's political debate. Gavino Garay reports.

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