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PM: ‘All our hearts are full of shock and sadness’

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PM: ‘All our hearts are full of shock and sadness’

PM: ‘All our hearts are full of shock and sadness’

Prime Minister Boris Johnson says “all our hearts are full of shock and sadness” following the death of his fellow MP and Conservative Party colleague Sir David Amess.

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