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UK PM Johnson has had some contact with ministers during coronavirus recovery

Reuters Saturday, 18 April 2020
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has had some contact with ministers while he is recovering from COVID-19, housing minister Robert Jenrick said on Saturday.
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