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PM tries crab fishing during Orkney visit

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PM tries crab fishing during Orkney visit

PM tries crab fishing during Orkney visit

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has tried his hand at crab fishing during a visit to Orkney, Scotland, where he will reiterate the value of the Union to the coronavirus crisis recovery.

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