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Boris Johnson bids farewell before meeting the Queen to resign

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In his farewell speech, the outgoing British prime minister said that his government had got Brexit done, delivered the fastest vaccine rollout in Europe, and given the country the economic strength to weather the energy crisis

Added on the 06/09/2022 09:19:35 - Copyright : Euronews EN

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