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Starmer kicked out of pub and Johnson appears to forget name of Tory incumbent

Sky News Monday, 19 April 2021
Starmer kicked out of pub and Johnson appears to forget name of Tory incumbentAn angry landlord told Sir Keir Starmer to leave his pub, while Boris Johnson appeared unable to name the current Conservative West of England metro mayor on a difficult day of campaigning for the two main party leaders.
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