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Boris Johnson heads to PMQs after rebellion blow

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Boris Johnson heads to PMQs after rebellion blow

Boris Johnson heads to PMQs after rebellion blow

Boris Johnson has left Number 10 Downing Street and made his way to the House of Commons for PMQs, where he will face MPs after suffering a significant rebellion from his party on Tuesday.

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