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SLEEPY JOE: PM’s plan to solve food crisis BLOCKED by Joe Biden

A PLAN by Boris Johnson to solve the global food crisis has been blocked by Joe Biden and Canada.

The plan – that would see the cost of living crisis eased with “breaks” on a globalist push for green fuels was opposed by the US President over fears it could harm U.S. farmers.

The Prime Minister wants to “reduce the amound of biofuel used in the UK” in a move away from net zero goals.

Ukrainian wheat is currently being blocked in ports by Russian President Vladimir Putin, causing a global food crisis and causing famine in poorer countries.

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“The production of biofuels uses wheat and maize, and the PM wants to use the land to produce more food, in a bid to combat rising prices” The Telegraph reported.

Mr Biden’s officials however said they would block the plans along with Canada to protect U.S. farmers and to avoid jepordising the green agenda that is unpopular with working-class voters.

“Vladimir Putin’s actions in Ukraine are creating terrible aftershocks across the World and are driving up energy and food prices as millions are on the brink of famine” Mr Johnson will tell counterparts at the G7 summit.

“Only Putin can end this needless and futile war, but global leaders need to come together and apply their combined economic and political heft to help Ukraine and make life easier for households across the world. Nothing should be off the table” the PM added.

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