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Boris Johnson on Scottish Independence during PMQs

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Boris Johnson on Scottish Independence during PMQs

Boris Johnson on Scottish Independence during PMQs

Boris Johnson has been challenged about Scottish independence during the first Prime Minister's Questions of 2020.

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