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British PM Johnson welcomes new cabinet

Reuters Friday, 14 February 2020
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson greeted his new cabinet of senior ministers on Friday, vowing to repay the trust of voters by improving infrastructure, cutting crime and building more hospitals.
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British PM Johnson welcomes new cabinet after reshuffle 01:29

"It's great to see you all here and congratulations to you all on achieving, or indeed retaining, the great offices of state that you hold," British Prime Minister Boris Johnson told cabinet before posing for photographs.

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