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UK PM contender Johnson more radical on Irish Brexit backstop, lawmaker says

Reuters Tuesday, 16 July 2019
Boris Johnson, the frontrunner to replace Theresa May as Britain's prime minister next week, has become more radical on the issue of the Irish backstop making the Brexit picture starker, Conservative lawmaker Dominic Grieve said on Tuesday.
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