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PM May hosts England's World Cup winners

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PM May hosts England's World Cup winners

PM May hosts England's World Cup winners

England captain Eoin Morgan and his victorious side bring the World Cup trophy to a reception in Downing Street.


PM May hosts England's World Cup winners


BRITISH PRIME MINISTER THERESA MAY AND ENGLAND ONE DAY CRICKET CAPTAIN EOIN MORGAN WITH THE ENGLAND TEAM AND THE WORLD CUP TROPHY STORY: British Prime Minster Theresa May gave England's World Cup winning team a reception in 10 Downing Street on Monday (July 15).

May, soon to be replaced by either Jeremy Hunt or Boris Johnson, posed for photographs outside the famous front door with captain Eoin Morgan and the players the day after they beat New Zealand in the final at Lords.

(Production: Jim Hatley)

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