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UK MPs vote to endorse damning report that ex-PM Johnson misled House over 'partygate'


Lawmakers backed the finding that Johnson was in contempt of Parliament by 354 votes to 7, after a debate in which many argued it was crucial to show voters that politicians are obliged to follow the rules and tell the truth.

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