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Boris Johnson visits shipyards
  • Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson gestures during his visit to Appledore Shipyard in south west England on August 25, 2020, as the historic shipyard announced it's re-opening having being bought by InfraStrata in a £7 million deal. (Photo by Ben Birchall / POOL / AFP) (Photo by BEN BIRCHALL/POOL/AFP via Getty Images)
  • APPLEDORE, ENGLAND - AUGUST 25: Prime Minister Boris Johnson elbow bumps a welder during his visit to Appledore Shipyard in Devon which was bought by InfraStrata, the firm which also owns Belfast's Harland & Wolff (H&W), in a £7 million deal, on August 25, 2020 in Appledore, United Kingdom. The firm will operate it as Harland & Wolff (Appledore), dealing with smaller vessels than the giant Belfast site where the Titanic was built. (Photo by Ben Birchall - WPA Pool/Getty Images)
  • APPLEDORE, ENGLAND - AUGUST 25: Prime Minister Boris Johnson during his visit to Appledore Shipyard in Devon which was bought by InfraStrata, the firm which also owns Belfast's Harland & Wolff (H&W), in a £7 million deal, on August 25, 2020 in Appledore, United Kingdom. The firm will operate it as Harland & Wolff (Appledore), dealing with smaller vessels than the giant Belfast site where the Titanic was built. (Photo by Ben Birchall - WPA Pool/Getty Images)
  • APPLEDORE, ENGLAND - AUGUST 25: Prime Minister Boris Johnson during his visit to Appledore Shipyard in Devon which was bought by InfraStrata, the firm which also owns Belfast's Harland & Wolff (H&W), in a £7 million deal, on August 25, 2020 in Appledore, United Kingdom. The firm will operate it as Harland & Wolff (Appledore), dealing with smaller vessels than the giant Belfast site where the Titanic was built. (Photo by Ben Birchall - WPA Pool/Getty Images)
  • APPLEDORE, ENGLAND - AUGUST 25: Prime Minister Boris Johnson during his visit to Appledore Shipyard in Devon which was bought by InfraStrata, the firm which also owns Belfast's Harland & Wolff (H&W), in a £7 million deal, on August 25, 2020 in Appledore, United Kingdom. The firm will operate it as Harland & Wolff (Appledore), dealing with smaller vessels than the giant Belfast site where the Titanic was built. (Photo by Ben Birchall - WPA Pool/Getty Images)
  • APPLEDORE, ENGLAND - AUGUST 25: Prime Minister Boris Johnson during his visit to Appledore Shipyard in Devon which was bought by InfraStrata, the firm which also owns Belfast's Harland & Wolff (H&W), in a £7 million deal, on August 25, 2020 in Appledore, United Kingdom. The firm will operate it as Harland & Wolff (Appledore), dealing with smaller vessels than the giant Belfast site where the Titanic was built. (Photo by Ben Birchall - WPA Pool/Getty Images)
  • APPLEDORE, ENGLAND - AUGUST 25: Prime Minister Boris Johnson walks in the dry dock with caretaker Clifford Edwards during his visit to Appledore Shipyard in Devon which was bought by InfraStrata, the firm which also owns Belfast's Harland & Wolff (H&W), in a £7 million deal, on August 25, 2020 in Appledore, United Kingdom. The firm will operate it as Harland & Wolff (Appledore), dealing with smaller vessels than the giant Belfast site where the Titanic was built. (Photo by Ben Birchall - WPA Pool/Getty Images)
  • APPLEDORE, ENGLAND - AUGUST 25: Prime Minister Boris Johnson walks across the huge dry dock with CEO InfraStrata John Wood, left, and caretaker Clifford Edwards, right, during his visit to Appledore Shipyard in Devon which was bought by InfraStrata, the firm which also owns Belfast's Harland & Wolff (H&W), in a £7 million deal, on August 25, 2020 in Appledore, United Kingdom. The firm will operate it as Harland & Wolff (Appledore), dealing with smaller vessels than the giant Belfast site where the Titanic was built. (Photo by Ben Birchall - WPA Pool/Getty Images)
  • Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson (C) elbow bumps a student during his visit to Appledore Shipyard in south west England on August 25, 2020, as the historic shipyard announced it's re-opening having being bought by InfraStrata in a £7 million deal. (Photo by Ben Birchall / POOL / AFP) (Photo by BEN BIRCHALL/POOL/AFP via Getty Images)
  • Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson (C) chats with students during his visit to Appledore Shipyard in south west England on August 25, 2020, as the historic shipyard announced it's re-opening having being bought by InfraStrata in a £7 million deal. (Photo by Ben Birchall / POOL / AFP) (Photo by BEN BIRCHALL/POOL/AFP via Getty Images)
  • Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson (C) talks in the dry dock with caretaker Clifford Edwards (R) and CEO InfraStrata John Wood (L) during his visit to Appledore Shipyard in south west England on August 25, 2020, as the historic shipyard announced it's re-opening having being bought by InfraStrata in a £7 million deal. (Photo by Ben Birchall / POOL / AFP) (Photo by BEN BIRCHALL/POOL/AFP via Getty Images)
  • Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson (R) helps a contractor to paint machinery yellow during his visit to Appledore Shipyard in south west England on August 25, 2020, as the historic shipyard announced it's re-opening having being bought by InfraStrata in a £7 million deal. (Photo by Ben Birchall / POOL / AFP) (Photo by BEN BIRCHALL/POOL/AFP via Getty Images)
  • Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson (C) helps a contractor to paint machinery yellow during his visit to Appledore Shipyard in south west England on August 25, 2020, as the historic shipyard announced it's re-opening having being bought by InfraStrata in a £7 million deal. (Photo by Ben Birchall / POOL / AFP) (Photo by BEN BIRCHALL/POOL/AFP via Getty Images)