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Boris Johnson questioned on devolution at virtual PMQs

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Boris Johnson questioned on devolution at virtual PMQs

Boris Johnson questioned on devolution at virtual PMQs

Boris Johnson appeared via a video-link at Prime Minister's Questions where Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer asked him why he said Scottish devolution was "a disaster".

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