UK Brexit pressure: Johnson's majority cut to one seat

When the British parliament returns from recess in September, it will have less than two months to decide how it exits the European Union.

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    The UK's Prime Minister Boris Johnson has a new challenge after sweeping into Downing Street on July 24.

    His ruling Conservative Party has had its majority in parliament cut to just one, after losing a by-election in Wales.

    This may make his Brexit promises harder to fulfil.

    Al Jazeera's Rory Challands reports from London.


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