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UK Conservatives call for 'toxic' PM Johnson to be replaced immediately

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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson should be replaced immediately rather than be allowed to remain as a caretaker leader until his successor is found, several Conservative members of parliament said on Thursday. Quentin Peel, Research Fellow at Chatham House, speaks to FRANCE 24.

Added on the 07/07/2022 14:54:15 - Copyright : France 24 EN

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