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UK PM Johnson loses majority in parliament after lawmaker defects to Liberal Democrats

Reuters Tuesday, 3 September 2019
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson lost his working majority in parliament on Tuesday when one of his Conservative lawmakers defected to the pro-European Union Liberal Democrats.
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News video: MP Phillip Lee quits Tories to join Liberal Democrats

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Conservative MP Phillip Lee has quit the party to join the Liberal Democrats. In a moment of high-drama in the Commons, Dr Lee crossed the floor while Prime Minister Boris Johnson was delivering a statement on the recent G7 summit. It means the Government has now lost its working majority in the...

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