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Boris Johnson visits Bolton University after fire

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Boris Johnson visits Bolton University after fire

Boris Johnson visits Bolton University after fire

Boris Johnson arrived in Bolton to visit the scene of the huge fire at a block of student flats.

He briefly visited Bolton University to see donations of food and clothing brought in by the public.

He was overheard saying: 'It's quite an appalling fire but they seem to have pulled together so magnificently.'

While many people are smiling and greeting the PM, not everyone is happy with his visit.

Report by Khanomh.

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