Macron attacks Johnson for trying to negotiate migration crisis via tweets

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The French president, Emmanuel Macron, has reprimanded Boris Johnson for trying to negotiate with him about stopping people crossing the Channel in public, via Twitter. He said he was ‘surprised’ by Johnson’s decision to communicate with him in this way, because it was ‘not serious’. He added: ‘We don’t communicate by tweets’

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