U.K. Parliament grills Boris Johnson over breaking coronavirus rules

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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson continued to confront questions from Parliament on Jan. 19 over his government’s flouting of coronavirus restrictions. Read more: https://wapo.st/3nLOjij.

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