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British Prime Minister Urges Voters To Support Conservatives

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British Prime Minister Urges Voters To Support Conservatives

British Prime Minister Urges Voters To Support Conservatives

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson urged voters to support his Conservatives in a Dec.

12 election.

If not, they would have to face the “horror show” of two referendums next year.

According to Reuters, Johnson said this would happen if Labour’s Jeremy Corbyn was elected.

He said if he returned to power with a majority he could ratify his Brexit deal sooner.

Johnson said: “Come with us, get Brexit done and take this country forward.”

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