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Prime Minister clashes with Speaker during PMQs

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Prime Minister clashes with Speaker during PMQs

Prime Minister clashes with Speaker during PMQs

Speaker of the House Sir Lindsay Hoyle calls out Prime Minister Boris Johnsonfor asking a question to Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer during PMQs.


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