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Ôú;h oefkkafka Tnf.ka nj ug lshQ yeá isysfõ ) fjd,a.d l,amkS

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Wmqgd .ekSu ysre f.disma fjí wvúh

fjd,a.d l,amkS lshkafka mqxÑ ;srfhka Tng uqK .efyk ljqre;a wdorh lrk wdor”h pß;hla’ b;ska weh ks¾udK lghq;=j, olskak fkd,enqK;a iudc udOH ;=< kï il%Sh pß;hla’
miq.sh ojil weh wÆ;au PdhdrEm lsysmhlau wef.a iudc udOH .sKqug tla lr ;snqKd’
ta w;r uqyqKq fmdf;ka tl;= lr.;a; “fmdaiaÜ“ lsysmhl=;a jkjd’
tajd my;ska n,kak’

So what was the fuss all about? Unlike President Sirisena of Sri Lanka who has been ‘given’ the house in Paget Road for the use of not only his lifetime but also that of his spouse, the British Premier’s apartment is merely held in trust for the next Prime Minister of Britain – not for Boris Johnson’s natural lifetime. That is unless dear Boris persuades his multi-ethnic citizenry to vote for him in the future again and again. An unlikely tale if ever there was one.

What do you think?

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wu,a fmf¾rd uy ? kÈud,aj mqÿuhg m;a l< Wmka Èk ieureu

.sßrdÊ wdfh ljodj;a r.mdkak tkafk keoao) nqlsfha me;sfrk l;dfõ we;a; ke;a; m,uqjrg t,shg