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Boris Johnson's feed cuts out during coronavirus debate

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Boris Johnson's feed cuts out during coronavirus debate

Boris Johnson's feed cuts out during coronavirus debate

Prime Minister Boris Johnson's feed goes mute when answering a question fromMark Harper on coronavirus in the House of Commons.

Matt Hancock finishes thequestion after a short delay.


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