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Can Boris sell Britain like he sold London?

Our new Foreign Secretary "helped drum up global investment for every corner of the capital"

By Andrew Cryan & Jane Kinninmont  

Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson smiles during a press conference with US secretary of state John Kerry (unseen) at the Foreign Office in London. ©Kirsty Wigglesworth/PA Wire/Press Association Images

Initial reaction to the appointment of our new Foreign Secretary has focused on “Boris’ hilarious gaffes”—there has been a dredging up of quotes considered offensive to everyone from Hillary Clinton to the entire continent of Africa. Much less time…

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