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PM: ‘Do you know what they call bounty in French?’

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PM: ‘Do you know what they call bounty in French?’

PM: ‘Do you know what they call bounty in French?’

Boris Johnson talks to children about how the smell of coconut birdfeed on a pinecone reminds him of the Bounty chocolate bar.

The prime minister and Education Secretary Nadhim Zahawi were visiting Westbury on Trym CofE Academy as part of a series of events in Southwest England on Friday.

Report by Jonesia.

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