Boris Johnson describes deep and personal sense of loss – BBC

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Former PM Boris Johnson has paid tribute to the Queen in a speech in the House of Commons.
He described her as so "unvarying in her pole star radiance that we have perhaps been lulled into thinking that she might be in some way eternal."
A deep and personal sense of loss – Johnson. Video, 00:01:02
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