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Boris Johnson departs Downing Street

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Boris Johnson departs Downing Street

Boris Johnson departs Downing Street

Boris Johnson has departed from Downing Street ahead of this week’s Prime Minister’s Questions in the House of Commons and this afternoon’s economic statement by the chancellor.

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