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Johnson hails Biden administration as ‘breath of fresh air’ after first meeting

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Johnson hails Biden administration as ‘breath of fresh air’ after first meeting

Johnson hails Biden administration as ‘breath of fresh air’ after first meeting

Boris Johnson sought to play down differences with Joe Biden, claiming the new US president was a “breath of fresh air”.Mr Biden hailed the 'special relationship' between the two nations following the meeting.


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