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Boris Johnson visits Queen to dissolve Parliament

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Boris Johnson visits Queen to dissolve Parliament

Boris Johnson visits Queen to dissolve Parliament

Boris Johnson has visited Buckingham Palace to inform the Queen of the General Election.

The prime minister spent just over 25 minutes with the Queen at her official London residence before departing.

Report by Jonesia.

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