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Polls serve up Boris Johnson a defining victory and threat of historic loss

Sky News Sunday, 9 May 2021
Polls serve up Boris Johnson a defining victory and threat of historic lossThis was a week of thousands of elections, from local councils to regional mayors and national parliaments.
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