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Stanley Johnson says Greece visit is essential to 'Covid-proof' villa

The Guardian 05.07. 00:07

Stanley Johnson says Greece visit is essential to 'Covid-proof' villa

The prime minister’s father, Stanley Johnson, has defended travelling to his villa in Greece amid growing condemnation by saying that he was making the property “Covid-proof”. Government guidelines state that British nationals should avoid all but essential travel, but his son Boris has refused to »»»
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