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Boris Johnson launches bid to succeed Theresa May, promises not to ‘kick the can’ on Brexit

FOXNews.com Wednesday, 12 June 2019
Former U.K. Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson promised not to “kick the can” on Brexit as he formally launched his push to succeed Prime Minister Theresa May -- while showing no signs of pulling back from the colorful and controversial language that has helped win him the backing of President Trump.
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News video: Boris Johnson launches UK PM bid: 'Block Brexit and we face mortal retribution from voters'

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