President says it’s ‘time to get to work’ as he meets G7 leaders ahead of Queen meeting

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JOE BIDEN ‘DIDN’T’ MAKE ALARM CLEAR OVER NORTHERN IRELAND PROTOCOL, SAYS BORIS JOHNSON

Boris said the pair discussed several issues they wanted to work together on, from security to climate change, and their chats covered a “huge range of subjects”.

He was asked if the US leader had “made his alarm clear” about the Northern Ireland protocal – but he replied: “No, he didn’t”.

However, he said that the US, UK and EU all wanted to uphold the Good Friday agreement and “keep the balance of peace process going”, adding: “I’m optimistic that we can do that.”

Johnson said: “What I can say is that America, the United States, Washington, the UK plus the European Union, have one thing we absolutely all want to do, and that is to uphold the Belfast Good Friday Agreement and make sure we keep the balance of the peace process going.

“That’s absolutely common ground and I’m optimistic that we can do that.”

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