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UK PM Boris Johnson wins Tory party no-confidence vote


British Prime Minister Boris Johnson wins a no-confidence vote triggered by his Conservative MPs and will stay on as leader, but the scale of the rebellion leaves his future in doubt. SOUNDBITE

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