Boris Johnson has given his first interview of 2020, where he has been quizzed about the tensions between the US and Iran, the situation with the Royal Family, Brexit and his infamously long holiday.
The prime minister has been mostly absent from our screens for the first few weeks of the year as he was still on holiday in the Caribbean island of Mustique in St Vincent and the Grenadines and we're sure he had a lovely time.
In this time, though, there have been all sorts of things going on including the assassination of a top Iranian military general by the United States and Prince Harry and Meghan Markle wishing step down from their duties in the Royal Family, arguably two stories that we'll still be talking about by the end of the decade.
Johnson was quizzed on many of these subjects, plus others by Dan Walker on BBC Breakfast and it proved to be a characteristic chaotic interview in the typical style that we have come to expect from the prime minister.
Firstly, people weren't too confident that Walker, who is hardly Andrew Neil, would get many talking points out of Johnson.
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Credit where credit is due to Walker who did manage to get some truly puzzling quotes from the PM who started by admitting that he was still on holiday when he heard of the killing with Soleimani but did work "very hard" when he heard about the situation, which is reassuring.
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