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Dominic Raab brings 'fine British rain' to Sydney

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Dominic Raab brings 'fine British rain' to Sydney

Dominic Raab brings 'fine British rain' to Sydney

The Foreign Secretary brought some 'fine British rain' to Sydney as he visited North Ryde, near Sydney, in Australia.

AstraZeneca CEO Pascal Soriot joked about the weather as Dominic Raab visited the company's offices where he planted a tree as part of a programme to plant 25 million by 2025.

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