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PM on Brexit deal: 'Pop it in the popty ping'

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PM on Brexit deal: 'Pop it in the popty ping'

PM on Brexit deal: 'Pop it in the popty ping'

Boris Johnson's Brexit deal-ready meal analogy continued in Wrexham on Monday, as he employed a term often used in Wales for a microwave.

The prime minister said the Conservatives are the only party with a deal that’s ready to go: “You just prick the lid; pop it in the popty ping".

Report by Jonesia.

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