Opposition celebrations are utilizing Equal Pay Day to reveal equalities bundles, while Johnson attempts to reject hostile response from flood victims
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Matthew Weaver brings us among the more troubling stories of the day .
Boris Johnson dropped a referral to “ onanism ” from an election project speech after sneak peeks of the text drew criticism from the opposition.
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