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Johnson blasts Corbyn during a campaign speech

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Johnson blasts Corbyn during a campaign speech

Johnson blasts Corbyn during a campaign speech

Boris Johnson said the leaked comments made by shadow health secretary Jonathan Ashworth were proof Labour was losing votes over its Brexit stance.

The prime minister said Britain could be led by Jeremy Corbyn on Friday morning, who he labelled a "Hamas-backing, IRA-supporting, anti-Semitism-condoning appeaser of the Kremlin".

Report by Czubalam.

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