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havin Bannon having He politician, advice should polit advic sho MORE than half of voters say Boris Johnson should not face disciplinary action for his burka comments.

Some 53% opposed it, with higher support for the ex-Foreign Secretary among the over-65s.

eign s. % of % The ComRes poll found 77% them were against action; 55% ROW Woman wearing burka of 25 to 34-year-olds felt the same. It came as ex-minister Damian Green spoke of reports of sacked Trump adviser Steve Bannon forming a far-right group and having contacted Boris.

havin He said: "I hope no Conservative politician, including Boris, is taking advice from him about how the party should behave."

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Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Date:Aug 13, 2018
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