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    A 91-year-old London grandfather who delighted the world with his plain-speaking approach to the coronavirus jab asked Piers Morgan: “Now who are you?” during a hilarious follow-up interview. Martin Kenyon, who was among the first people in the world to receive the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine became an online sensation after saying he was late for his appointment because he “couldn’t damn well find anywhere to park my car”.

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