Boris Johnson: We want to deliver hot, buttered toast for the patients of this country

Boris Johnson: We want to deliver hot, buttered toast for the patients of this country

Prime Minister Boris Johnson takes a tour of Torbay Hospital near Torquay in South Devon. He serves food to a patient and meets members of staff. It comes as Great British Bake Off judge Prue Leith is to advise a Government review into hospital f...
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Greta Thunberg on climate strikes: I would never have predicted this was going to happen

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Jeremy Corbyn addresses climate protest in London

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Chelsea v Liverpool: Premier League match preview

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Sir Lenny Henry introduces himself as Justin Trudeau at diversity speech

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We need to redress the balance between red and white ball cricket - Giles

We need to redress the balance between red and white ball cricket - Giles

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England v Tonga: Rugby World Cup match preview

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Countdown to Brexit: 41 days until Britain leaves the EU

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England expecting 'ferocious battle' against Tonga in World Cup opener

England expecting 'ferocious battle' against Tonga in World Cup opener

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Climate strikes expected to be largest environmental protest in history

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Canadian leader Justin Trudeau says he cannot be 'definitive' about occasions wearing brownface

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Boris Johnson operates drone during British Army visit

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Piers Morgan defends interviews with Donald Trump

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Courtesy of Telegraph.co.uk. Jacob Rees-Mogg expresses regret at his decision to recline on the front bench while listening to a key Brexit debate, noting it was a "distraction". He came under fire for how he held himself on the front bench, adop...
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