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Boris Johnson has been booed after giving a speech at the French Embassy in London.
It was one of the first appearances for the former London Mayor, who was named foreign secretary in prime minister Theresa May's new cabinet.
Prime Minister Theresa May will travel to Scotland for talks with Nicola Sturgeon on Friday.
The meeting in Edinburgh is expected to focus on Brexit negotiations and Scotland's place in the EU after 62% of voters in Scotland backed a remain vote in last month's referendum.
The First Minister told STV: "We'll meet here in Edinburgh tomorrow morning and I hope that it will be a constructive discussion. It's no secret to anybody that Theresa May and I hold very different political views and we've got perhaps different views on what should happen now in terms of the Brexit vote."
US president Barack Obama has made a 15-minute telephone call to Theresa May to congratulate her on becoming prime minister.
The tone of the call was "warm" and the two leaders discussed the importance of sustaining the special relationship between Britain and the US.
Mrs May told the president she hoped for "constructive and positive talks" with other EU leaders on the details of Brexit, according to the prime minister's spokeswoman.
Jeremy Wright is the final person to be confirmed in Theresa May's cabinet.
He keeps his job as Attorney-General.
The appointment of Greg Clark as a new Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Secretary spells the end for a department which put climate change at the top of the agenda.
Just eight years after it was created by then prime minister Gordon Brown, the Department of Energy and Climate Change (Decc) is being merged into Mr Clark's new department and losing the "climate change" part of its name.
Environmentalists immediately reacted to the "shocking" news, voicing fears that the reshaping of departments showed the Government was downgrading climate change as a priority.
Former Europe minister David Lidington has been appointed Leader of the House of Commons
David Gauke has been appointed Chief Secretary to the Treasury, the prime minister's office said.
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