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Prime Minister Boris Johnson: The NHS has saved my life

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Prime Minister Boris Johnson: The NHS has saved my life

Prime Minister Boris Johnson: The NHS has saved my life

Prime Minister Boris Johnson says 'the NHS has saved my life' in a statement recorded after he was discharged from St Thomas’ Hospital following his battle with coronavirus.

Downing Street says the Prime Minister will continue his recovery at Chequers.

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Prime Minister Boris Johnson has urged people not to “stuff this up” after lockdown restrictions were eased in England, whilst on a visit to the site of the future Siemens Rail Factory, in Goole, East Yorkshire. The Prime Minister took advantage of the new freedoms by having a haircut – barbers had been among the businesses closed under measures to curb the spread of coronavirus – and a drink at a pub near his Chequers country retreat.

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