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Prime Minister Johnson to declare Britain can end 'the groundhoggery of Brexit'

Reuters India Tuesday, 12 November 2019 ()
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will on Wednesday declare that the UK can "end the groundhoggery of Brexit" if he wins next month's election, saying the rest of the world was wondering why so much time has been spent agonising over whether to leave the European Union.
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