‘We both married way above our station’: Boris Johnson meets Biden in Cornwall

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    Boris Johnson and Joe Biden exchanged pleasantries as they met for the first time as their countries’ leaders in Cornwall before the G7 summit. ‘I told the prime minister we have something in common,’ Biden said. ‘We both married way above our station.’ Johnson replied: ‘I’m not going to dissent on that one.’ The two leaders had earlier taken a walk with their wives around the seaside resort of Carbis Bay 

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