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US NewsJohnson: 'Simply unfair' to 'drag' my loved ones into politics

00:40  25 june  2019
00:40  25 june  2019 Source:   news.sky.com

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"And there's a very good reason for that.

"That is that, if you do, you drag them into things that, really is, is, in a way that is not fair on them."

Mr Johnson was asked whether privacy meant more to him than public trust and said in response: "Yes I get that, I totally get that.

"But my key point though is that the minute you start talking about your family or your loved ones, you involve them in a debate that is it is simply unfair on them."

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