Friday 14 January
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14 January 2022
UK prime minister Boris Johnson faces fresh calls to resign after reports of yet another two parties at 10 Downing Street. Plus: US president Joe Biden pushes for new voting-rights legislation, our weekly What We Learned segment and our editor-in-chief Andrew Tuck bids farewell to the Marble Arch Mound.
14 January 2022
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