James Cleverly highlights the importance of building a good working relationship with the incoming Presidency of the United States.
James Cleverly Thank you, Mr Speaker. I will ask a question. Does my right hon. Friend agree that virtue signalling, while fashionable, is no basis for a productive international working relationship? 
Boris Johnson I congratulate my hon. Friend on his characteristic verbal dexterity. I think he speaks for many people—many common-sensical people—in this House and in this country who want a thriving relationship between the United Kingdom and the United States of America.