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Boris Johnson's Government Accused Of Using -Far-Right' Propaganda

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Boris Johnson's Government Accused Of Using -Far-Right' Propaganda

Boris Johnson's Government Accused Of Using -Far-Right' Propaganda

Boris Johnson’s government was accused of lying to win support in the general election.

This comes after cabinet minister Michael Gove claimed that EU citizens have “preferential access” to NHS care.

Yet EU citizens do not receive prerferetial access until they pay tax, unless they are students.

Ccording to Business Insider, Gove was accused of drawing on “far-right” propaganda.

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