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Labour's Corbyn to accuse PM Johnson of using Queen for political gain

Reuters Wednesday, 9 October 2019
Opposition Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn will on Thursday promise Britain a radical new political agenda and accuse Prime Minister Boris Johnson of dragging Queen Elizabeth into the country's looming general election.
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