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UK holds #StopTheCoup rallies against Johnson’s suspension of Parliament

By DW
07 September 2019   |   12:08 pm
Thousands of protesters have condemned Boris Johnson for taking an "undemocratic" decision to suspend Parliament. But he has defended his actions, saying he needed a clean slate to prioritize "our domestic agenda."

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