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Jacinda Ardern joins Boris Johnson at Downing Street

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Jacinda Ardern joins Boris Johnson at Downing Street

Jacinda Ardern joins Boris Johnson at Downing Street

New Zealand’s Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern meets with Boris Johnson to discuss the invasion in Ukraine and an extension to the Youth Mobility Scheme.

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