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'Now lets get on with the job' says UK PM Johnson after cabinet reshuffle

Wed, 15th Sep 2021 20:01

LONDON, Sept 15 (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Boris
Johnson said it was time for his new cabinet to get on with the
job of tackling inequality across the country and rebuilding
after COVID-19, speaking after he reshuffled his senior
ministerial team.

"The Cabinet I have appointed today will work tirelessly to
unite and level up the whole country. We will build back better
from the pandemic and deliver on your priorities," he said on
Twitter.

"Now let’s get on with the job."
(Reporting by William James
Editing by Chris Reese)

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