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'Absolutely not': PM Johnson denies lying to Queen Elizabeth in Brexit crisis

Reuters Thursday, 12 September 2019
Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Thursday denied lying to Queen Elizabeth over the reasons for suspending the British parliament after a court ruled his decision was unlawful and opponents called for lawmakers to be recalled to discuss Brexit.
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