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No ifs, No buts, Brexit will take place by Jan 31st: UK PM Boris Johnson

After a historic win, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced that Brexit will be done by 31st January. He ensured that by January 31, Britain would leave the European Union. Boris stated that he will prove that the people of Britain have voted for the right person. The UK will be a country where the country can control own laws, borders, money, immigration system, he added. Src: https://bit.ly/2PKj6tI

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Boris Johnson wins UK election with majority

The Conservative party led by Boris Johnson won the UK election with a majority of total of 368 seats. The rival, Labour Party were far behind 194 seats. After a historic win, Boris expressed that the election gave the new government, a chance to respect the democratic will of the British people. He further stated that Conservatives appeared to have won a powerful new mandate to get Brexit done. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted and congratulated Boris for his win. Src: https://bit.ly/2qRekCw

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UK PM Boris Johnson visits Hindu temple, promises to support PM Modi’s New India mission

UK PM Boris Johnson with his girlfriend Carrie Symonds visited UK’s most famous Hindu temple Swaminarayan Mandir in Neasden, north-west London in order to attract the Indian diaspora ahead of Thursday's General Election. PM vowed to partner with his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi on his mission to build a new India. He also acknowledged the role of British Indians in helping the Conservatives win elections in the past and said that when he shared it with PM Modi he laughed and said ‘Indians are always on the winning side.’ Src: https://bit.ly/2P2Erjb

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Boris Johnson justifies his old article in which he called working mothers 'feckless'

British PM Boris Johnson in an interview on Friday retracted his statement that he had made in an article in his years as a journalist. Johnson had described working-class men as likely to be drunk, criminal, aimless, feckless and hopeless in 1995. The quotes were broadcasted across the front page of the left-wing Daily Mirror tabloid, under the tagline "What he really thinks", right before the December 12 election. Johnson said that these are 25-year-old quotations culled from articles written when he was not into politics and that the words are lifted out of context. Src: https://bit.ly/2Y4HABL

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