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Australian PM congratulates England on third Ashes Test win

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Australian PM congratulates England on third Ashes Test win

Australian PM congratulates England on third Ashes Test win

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison greeted Boris Johnson and immediately addressed England's cricket win as the pair met at the G7 summit in Biarritz.

The UK Prime Minister replied that he was "not taking anything for granted" and Mr Morrison pointed out there were "two to go".

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