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Boris Johnson says he is not suffering from new baby sleep deprivation

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Boris Johnson says he is not suffering from new baby sleep deprivation

Boris Johnson says he is not suffering from new baby sleep deprivation

Prime Minister Boris Johnson says he is not suffering from sleep deprivation,during a visit to Belfast to meet Northern Ireland's political leaders.


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