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'Do they get a minibar?': PM helps children build bug hotel

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'Do they get a minibar?': PM helps children build bug hotel

'Do they get a minibar?': PM helps children build bug hotel

Boris Johnson got green fingered today as he joined a group of schoolchildren in Antrim, Northern Ireland, for a range of environmental activities - including making a 'bug hotel'.

Constructing the holiday home for creepy crawlies, the prime minister asked the children "do they get a minibar?" Report by Buseld.

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