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Boris Johnson marks start of Poppy Appeal

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Boris Johnson marks start of Poppy Appeal

Boris Johnson marks start of Poppy Appeal

Boris Johnson recieves the Royal British Legion outside Number 10 as the remembrance poppy goes on sale to the public tomorrow.

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