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UK's Johnson invokes Churchill in "finest hour" speech to Ukraine parliament

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In a remote address to the Ukrainian parliament, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson hails Ukraine's resistance of the Russian invasion as the country's "finest hour," a phrase first used by his hero Winston Churchill in a speech in 1940.

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