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A week in UK politics: Nursery crimes, clashing ironclads and Corbyn on hold

8 monthes ago   |   By The Guardian

From wheels coming off the prime minister's bus and copyright battles to Labour's takeover glitch and a Brexit party candidate's strategic nous Campaign of the week Boris Johnson's campaign to prove that he's a man of the people - as long as those people are pre-vetted party supporters stored in a warehouse - gathered pace. In a totally relatable and in no way weird outing at a primary school, the prime minister struggled through a rendition of The Wheels on the Bus. Still, the school has a good Ofsted rating, so he should really start coming on in a few weeks.
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