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Johnson claims NHS will be his top priority in government Boris Johnson said the NHS would be the top priority in his new government. “I have heard it loud and clear from every corner of the country – that the overwhelming priority of the British people now is that we should focus above all on the NHS,” he said. Meanwhile, NHS bosses have said the health service was “on its knees” even before winter had begun. Could the China and US trade war be nearing its end? Statements from Beijing and Washington suggest that China and the US have reached an initial deal to resolve the trade war between the two countries. China’s vice-commerce minister, Wang Shouwen, said that the US had agreed to cancel some of its tariffs on Chinese goods, while Donald Trump tweeted that the two countries had agreed to a “very large Phase One Deal”. Corbyn says he did everything he could for Labour Jeremy Corbyn says he did “everything he could” to get Labour elected and said he will not “walk away” until a new l

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