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Boris Johnson entered politics because of the 'beginnings of a midlife crisis'

Sky News Thursday, 25 February 2021
Boris Johnson entered politics because of the 'beginnings of a midlife crisis'Boris Johnson says he entered politics due to the "beginnings of a midlife crisis" in his mid-thirties.
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