Boris Johnson launches leadership bid: 'Brexit delay means defeat'
'Stop the coup!': thousands protest against prorogation of parliament
Published on 12 Jun 2019, 12:05
The former foreign minister, Boris Johnson, favourite to replace prime minister Theresa May, will launch his leadership campaign, breaking a relative silence to pitch his vision for Brexit and beyond.
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