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Johnson tells Scottish nationalists to stop trying to break up United Kingdom

Reuters Thursday, 19 December 2019
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Thursday the Scottish National Party (SNP) should stop trying to break up the United Kingdom and focus more on delivering policy for the people of Scotland.
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