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Boris Johnson Focuses On Brexit

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Boris Johnson Focuses On Brexit

Boris Johnson Focuses On Brexit

Boris Johnson said he is prepared to take Britain out of the European Union even if a deal with the bloc isn’t reached.

According to Reuters, Johnson is looking to become the next prime minister of Britain.

While Johnson remain the frontrunner, he recently faced some controversy over a fight with his girlfriend.

Additionally, Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt called Johnson a “coward” for avoiding public debated with him.

Instead of commenting on controversial topics, Johnson focused on delivering the promise of Brexit.

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