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UK PM Johnson saw London attack as election opportunity: victim's father

Reuters India Tuesday, 10 December 2019
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson saw an attack by a convicted terrorist earlier this month near London Bridge as an opportunity to score political points ahead of a Dec. 12 election, the father of one of the victims said on Tuesday.
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