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UK reacts angrily to Johnson’s decision to suspend Parliament

By DW
01 September 2019   |   2:19 pm
The British people took to the streets of London to vent their anger at Prime Minister Boris Johnson's decision to prorogue Parliament. Lawmakers have also reacted with indignation, comparing the move to a coup d'etat.

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