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Boris Johnson accused of using 'distraction tactic' on eve of report into partygate

Sky News Wednesday, 14 June 2023
Boris Johnson has been accused of using a "distraction tactic" after calling for an MP on the Privileges Committee to resign over allegations of lockdown rule-breaking.
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