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Boris Johnson's first week as British PM

Prime Minister Boris Johnson, accompanied by local farmer Ingrid Shervington, holds a chicken during his visit to rally support for his farming plans post-Brexit, at Shervington Farm, St Brides Wentlooge near Newport, Wales, July 30.  
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Prime Minister Boris Johnson, accompanied by local farmer Ingrid Shervington, holds a chicken during his visit to rally support for his farming plans post-Brexit, at Shervington Farm, St Brides Wentlooge near Newport, Wales, July 30. Adrian...more

Prime Minister Boris Johnson, accompanied by local farmer Ingrid Shervington, holds a chicken during his visit to rally support for his farming plans post-Brexit, at Shervington Farm, St Brides Wentlooge near Newport, Wales, July 30. Adrian Dennis/Pool via REUTERS
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Prime Minister Boris Johnson inspects the poultry during his visit to rally support for his farming plans post-Brexit, at Shervington Farm, St Brides Wentlooge near Newport, Wales, July 30. Adrian Dennis/Pool via REUTERS

Prime Minister Boris Johnson inspects the poultry during his visit to rally support for his farming plans post-Brexit, at Shervington Farm, St Brides Wentlooge near Newport, Wales, July 30. Adrian Dennis/Pool via REUTERS

Prime Minister Boris Johnson inspects the poultry during his visit to rally support for his farming plans post-Brexit, at Shervington Farm, St Brides Wentlooge near Newport, Wales, July 30. Adrian Dennis/Pool via REUTERS
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Prime Minister Boris Johnson poses for a photograph with Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon at Bute House in Edinburgh, July 29. Duncan McGlynn/Pool via REUTERS

Prime Minister Boris Johnson poses for a photograph with Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon at Bute House in Edinburgh, July 29. Duncan McGlynn/Pool via REUTERS

Prime Minister Boris Johnson poses for a photograph with Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon at Bute House in Edinburgh, July 29. Duncan McGlynn/Pool via REUTERS
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People hold placards as Prime Minister Boris Johnson visits Edinburgh, Scotland, July 29.  REUTERS/Russell Cheyne

People hold placards as Prime Minister Boris Johnson visits Edinburgh, Scotland, July 29. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne

People hold placards as Prime Minister Boris Johnson visits Edinburgh, Scotland, July 29. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne
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Prime Minister Boris Johnson visits the HMS Victorious at HM Naval Base Clyde in Faslane, Scotland, July 29. Jeff J Mitchell/Pool via REUTERS

Prime Minister Boris Johnson visits the HMS Victorious at HM Naval Base Clyde in Faslane, Scotland, July 29. Jeff J Mitchell/Pool via REUTERS

Prime Minister Boris Johnson visits the HMS Victorious at HM Naval Base Clyde in Faslane, Scotland, July 29. Jeff J Mitchell/Pool via REUTERS
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Prime Minister Boris Johnson reacts during a speech on domestic priorities at the Science and Industry Museum in Manchester, July 27. Rui Vieira/Pool via REUTERS

Prime Minister Boris Johnson reacts during a speech on domestic priorities at the Science and Industry Museum in Manchester, July 27. Rui Vieira/Pool via REUTERS

Prime Minister Boris Johnson reacts during a speech on domestic priorities at the Science and Industry Museum in Manchester, July 27. Rui Vieira/Pool via REUTERS
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Prime Minister Boris Johnson reacts as he meets engineering graduates on the site of an under-construction tramline in Stretford, near Manchester, July 27. Ben Stansall/Pool via REUTERS

Prime Minister Boris Johnson reacts as he meets engineering graduates on the site of an under-construction tramline in Stretford, near Manchester, July 27. Ben Stansall/Pool via REUTERS

Prime Minister Boris Johnson reacts as he meets engineering graduates on the site of an under-construction tramline in Stretford, near Manchester, July 27. Ben Stansall/Pool via REUTERS
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Prime Minister Boris Johnson speaks to new graduates from the West Midlands Police Learning & Development Centre in Birmingham, July 26. REUTERS/Toby Melville/Pool

Prime Minister Boris Johnson speaks to new graduates from the West Midlands Police Learning & Development Centre in Birmingham, July 26. REUTERS/Toby Melville/Pool

Prime Minister Boris Johnson speaks to new graduates from the West Midlands Police Learning & Development Centre in Birmingham, July 26. REUTERS/Toby Melville/Pool
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Prime Minister Boris Johnson takes a picture with a woman as he visits Birmingham, July 26. Geoff Pugh/Pool via REUTERS

Prime Minister Boris Johnson takes a picture with a woman as he visits Birmingham, July 26. Geoff Pugh/Pool via REUTERS

Prime Minister Boris Johnson takes a picture with a woman as he visits Birmingham, July 26. Geoff Pugh/Pool via REUTERS
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Prime Minister Boris Johnson gestures as he speaks during his visit to the West Midlands Police Learning & Development Centre in Birmingham, July 26.  
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Prime Minister Boris Johnson gestures as he speaks during his visit to the West Midlands Police Learning & Development Centre in Birmingham, July 26. REUTERS/Toby Melville/Pool

Prime Minister Boris Johnson gestures as he speaks during his visit to the West Midlands Police Learning & Development Centre in Birmingham, July 26. REUTERS/Toby Melville/Pool
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Artwork entitled 'DORIS BORUMP' by artist STOT21stcplanB that depicts both U.S. President Donald Trump and Boris Johnson on a wall in east London, July 26. REUTERS/Henry Nicholls

Artwork entitled 'DORIS BORUMP' by artist STOT21stcplanB that depicts both U.S. President Donald Trump and Boris Johnson on a wall in east London, July 26. REUTERS/Henry Nicholls

Artwork entitled 'DORIS BORUMP' by artist STOT21stcplanB that depicts both U.S. President Donald Trump and Boris Johnson on a wall in east London, July 26. REUTERS/Henry Nicholls
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Prime Minister Boris Johnson holds his first Cabinet meeting at Downing Street in London, July 25.    Aaron Chown/Pool via REUTERS

Prime Minister Boris Johnson holds his first Cabinet meeting at Downing Street in London, July 25. Aaron Chown/Pool via REUTERS

Prime Minister Boris Johnson holds his first Cabinet meeting at Downing Street in London, July 25. Aaron Chown/Pool via REUTERS
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People hold placards as they demonstrate against newly appointed Prime Minister Boris Johnson outside Downing Street in London, July 24. REUTERS/Hannah McKay

People hold placards as they demonstrate against newly appointed Prime Minister Boris Johnson outside Downing Street in London, July 24. REUTERS/Hannah McKay

People hold placards as they demonstrate against newly appointed Prime Minister Boris Johnson outside Downing Street in London, July 24. REUTERS/Hannah McKay
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Boris Johnson's girlfriend, Carrie Symonds, outside Downing Street in London, July 24. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls

Boris Johnson's girlfriend, Carrie Symonds, outside Downing Street in London, July 24. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls

Boris Johnson's girlfriend, Carrie Symonds, outside Downing Street in London, July 24. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
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Prime Minister Boris Johnson is welcomed in 10 Downing Street by staff, July 24. Stefan Rousseau/Pool via REUTERS

Prime Minister Boris Johnson is welcomed in 10 Downing Street by staff, July 24. Stefan Rousseau/Pool via REUTERS

Prime Minister Boris Johnson is welcomed in 10 Downing Street by staff, July 24. Stefan Rousseau/Pool via REUTERS
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Prime Minister, Boris Johnson enters Downing Street, July 24. REUTERS/Hannah McKay

Prime Minister, Boris Johnson enters Downing Street, July 24. REUTERS/Hannah McKay

Prime Minister, Boris Johnson enters Downing Street, July 24. REUTERS/Hannah McKay
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Queen Elizabeth II welcomes Boris Johnson during an audience in Buckingham Palace, where she will officially recognize him as the new Prime Minister, in London, July 24. Victoria Jones/Pool via REUTERS

Queen Elizabeth II welcomes Boris Johnson during an audience in Buckingham Palace, where she will officially recognize him as the new Prime Minister, in London, July 24. Victoria Jones/Pool via REUTERS

Queen Elizabeth II welcomes Boris Johnson during an audience in Buckingham Palace, where she will officially recognize him as the new Prime Minister, in London, July 24. Victoria Jones/Pool via REUTERS
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