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UK PM Johnson's parliamentary majority almost gone as pro-EU party wins seat

Reuters Friday, 2 August 2019
Britain's pro-European Union Liberal Democrats won a parliamentary seat from the governing Conservative Party, taking new Prime Minister Boris Johnson's working majority to just one as he tries to steer the country through Brexit.
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Britain's pro-European Union Liberal Democrats have won a parliamentary seat from the governing Conservatives, in a blow to Prime Minister Boris Johnson in his first electoral test since taking office. Francesca Lynagh reports.

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