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Johnson said Britain had seen a concerted action plan to tackle what he described as an “unquestionably appalling epidemic in care homes.”
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Johnson faced lawmakers hours after the opening of the parliament as both the main opposition Labour Party and the Scottish Nationalist Party called for him to resign.
Johnson explained that his decision to shut down the parliament aimed to allow the Queen to pass a new legislative outline for the government on 14 October.
Johnson remained adamant that he will not resign in the wake of the court ruling that his shutdown of Parliament was unlawful despite demands for him to quit from almost every opposition party at Westminster.
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Johnson stressed that he is counting on Egypt’s pivotal role to keep stability in the Middle East, combating terrorism, and maintaining peace and security in Africa in light of Egypt’s current presidency of the African Union, , according to a statement released by Egypt’s presidency spokesperson Bassam Radi.
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Both meetings will focus on bilateral relations, regional issues, and counter-terrorism