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    The House of Lords inflicted another loss on British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Tuesday in the process of adopting his Brexit deal, this time on family reunification for refugee children.

    Parliament's upper chamber voted 300-220 to ensure that post-Brexit Britain will continue letting unaccompanied migrant children from elsewhere in Europe join relatives living in the UK.

    Day after the defeat, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson is answering the questions from MPs in the House of Commons on Wednesday, January 22, ahead of the Brexit deadline.

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