Sky News Breakfast: G7, Brexit and June 21 delay?

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    On Sky News Breakfast with Stephen Dixon:

    – The PM is expected to agree to the delay of lockdown easing in England pencilled in for 21 June

    – Brexit tensions continue in Cornwall as the Irish PM tells Sky News Boris Johnson must not ignore the Northern Ireland protocol

    – Climate change tops the agenda on the final day of the G7 as Sir David Attenborough prepares to address the summit.

    Plus all the day’s other headlines, news-making interviews and the all-important weather forecast.

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