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Father of London Bridge attack victim insists Boris Johnson has not 'expressed condolences' over son's death, despite Tory spokesman claims

Independent Tuesday, 10 December 2019
The father of a London Bridge terror attack victim has insisted Boris Johnson has not offered condolences to his family despite a spokesman for the prime minister claiming otherwise.
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