UK election: PM absent from event in his constituency

Opposition Labour Party believes there is a chance of unseating Johnson in his constituency.

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    Boris Johnson, the UK’s prime minister, was nowhere to be seen at a campaign event in his own constituency on Thursday night.

    Many who attended the event were disappointed that the main debater had not appeared.

    The opposition Labour Party believes there is a chance of unseating Johnson in his constituency.

    Al Jazeera's Laurence Lee reports from Yiewsley in the United Kingdom.


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