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Protesters boo as Boris Johnson arrives for meeting with Luxembourg counterpart

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Protesters boo as Boris Johnson arrives for meeting with Luxembourg counterpart

Protesters boo as Boris Johnson arrives for meeting with Luxembourg counterpart

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was booed by protesters in Luxembourg as he arrived for a meeting with his counterpart Xavier Bettel on Monday (September 16).

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Protesters boo as Boris Johnson arrives for meeting with Luxembourg counterpart

The frosty reception followed Johnson's Brexit talks with European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker.

Protesters gathered nearby holding signs saying "No more Lies" and "Better off in the EU".

They also chanted "Tell the truth, stop the coup" as Johnson shook hands with Bettel.




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