PM Boris Johnson visits northern constituencies of UK

The UK's new political reality presents the prime minister with a dilemma concerning what to do with all those who voted Conservatives for the first time.

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    The United Kingdom's new political reality presents Prime Minister Boris Johnson with a dilemma concerning what to do with all the people who voted Conservative Party for the first time.

    In Thursday's election, his party cut a swath through the so-called red wall - constituencies in working-class parts of the country that traditionally voted Labour Party.

    Al Jazeera's Rory Challands reports from London.


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