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RPT-Boris Johnson's magniloquent tongue reaps political gold, linguists say

Jul 24 2019

LONDON, July 23 Britain’s incoming prime minister once boasted he could recite from heart the first hundred lines of Homer’s Iliad in ancient Greek.

Boris Johnson's magniloquent tongue reaps political gold, linguists say

Jul 23 2019

LONDON Britain’s incoming prime minister once boasted he could recite from heart the first hundred lines of Homer’s Iliad in ancient Greek.

Boris Johnson's magniloquent tongue reaps political gold, linguists say

Jul 23 2019

LONDON Britain’s incoming prime minister once boasted he could recite from heart the first hundred lines of Homer’s Iliad in ancient Greek.

RPT-Boris Johnson's magniloquent tongue reaps political gold, linguists say

Jul 23 2019

LONDON, July 23 Britain’s incoming prime minister once boasted he could recite from heart the first hundred lines of Homer’s Iliad in ancient Greek.

Boris Johnson's magniloquent tongue reaps political gold, linguists say

Jul 23 2019

LONDON Britain’s incoming prime minister once boasted he could recite from heart the first hundred lines of Homer’s Iliad in ancient Greek.

Boris Johnson's magniloquent tongue reaps political gold, linguists say

Jul 23 2019

LONDON, July 23 Britain’s incoming prime minister once boasted he could recite from heart the first hundred lines of Homer’s Iliad in ancient Greek.

Welsh street takes world's steepest title

Jul 17 2019

LONDON Guiness World Records has named a meandering street in northwest Wales the steepest in the world, knocking a road in New Zealand off the top spot. | Video

More than 8 million tune in to see England win World Cup

Jul 15 2019

LONDON More than 8 million people in Britain tuned in to watch England win the Cricket World Cup on Sunday following the decision by Sky decision to allow the final to be shown on a free-to-air channel.

More than 8 million tune in to see England win cricket World Cup

Jul 15 2019

LONDON More than 8 million people in Britain tuned in to watch England win the Cricket World Cup on Sunday following the decision by Sky decision to allow the final to be shown on a free-to-air channel.

Cricket-More than 8 million tune in to see England win World Cup

Jul 15 2019

LONDON, July 15 More than 8 million people in Britain tuned in to watch England win the Cricket World Cup on Sunday following the decision by Sky decision to allow the final to be shown on a free-to-air channel.

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