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The US-UK special relationship: the direction under the leadership of US President Biden and British Prime Minister Johnson-BBC News

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  • Jon Sopel
  • Editor-in-Chief of BBC North America Affairs

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The Cornish seaside resort where leaders will meet

Boris Johnson and Joe Biden will meet near the top of the cliff, overlooking Cornwall’s magnificent Carbis Bay, with waves from the Atlantic Ocean below.

The meeting will not have the intense and intense atmosphere when Ross Poldark and Demelza met (the two are the most famous pair of characters in the BBC’s recent hit drama). But this is an important relationship that deserves attention in development.

The reason why it may be terrible at the beginning is too easy to enumerate: Biden firmly supports Britain in the European Union, and Johnson is the main designer of Brexit.

Biden may be the most “Irish” of the recent US presidents (I added quotation marks because many Americans like to exaggerate their Irish ancestry in public life, but Biden’s ancestry is very obvious), “Belfast The Agreement is sacred to him. Therefore, he will make it clear to the British host that if it will damage the Northern Ireland Agreement, it cannot be repaired.

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