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Climate protesters try to block UK's Johnson as he goes to palace

Reuters Wednesday, 24 July 2019
Demonstrators briefly tried to block the wide ceremonial road leading to Buckingham Palace on Wednesday as Britain's incoming Prime Minister Boris Johnson was driving up it in a convoy to meet Queen Elizabeth to begin his term as leader.
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Demonstrators briefly tried to block the wide ceremonial road leading to Buckingham Palace on Wednesday as Boris Johnson was driving up it in a convoy to meet Queen Elizabeth to begin his term as prime minister.

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