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    Police Say ‘No Offenses’ in Call to Boris Johnson’s Home 

    Police were called Friday to the home of Boris Johnson amid fears of domestic violence. A neighbor told The Guardian of hearing screaming, shouting and banging and a woman’s voice, presumed to be the prime ministerial front-runner’s girlfriend, Carrie Symonds, saying “get off of me” and “get out of my flat.” 

    What are the police saying? Police told the newspaper that they made a call that matched the neighbor’s story and said that “all occupants … were safe and well” and there was “no cause for police action.” A Johnson spokesperson said “no comment.”

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