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PM thanks armed forces personnel during Christmas video call

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PM thanks armed forces personnel during Christmas video call

PM thanks armed forces personnel during Christmas video call

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has paid tribute to the armed forces personnelfor their work tackling Covid-19 during 2020.

In a video call with troopsoverseas in Mali, Estonia, Somalia and Afghanistan, as well as those deployedin the UK, Mr Johnson thanked them all for being “our number one export”.


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