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G-7 leaders in Cornwall claim they have reached consensus on tax, climate change, infrastructure and the vaccine rollout, but they face criticism over a lack of concrete action. Brexit was also in focus with UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson vowing to do whatever it takes to conserve the union while Canadian PM Justin Trudeau tells CNBC that the Irish border was an integral part of his bilateral talks at the summit. We also hear from NATO secretary general Jens Stoltenberg who says that while China is not an enemy of the alliance, it is a cause for concern.
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