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PM on A-levels: ‘It was going to be very difficult’

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PM on A-levels: ‘It was going to be very difficult’

PM on A-levels: ‘It was going to be very difficult’

Prime Minister Boris Johnson discusses the A-level exam results system on a visit to Northern Ireland.

Report by Jonesia.

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