Joe Biden is "personally trying to move things along" in the case of Harry Dunn's alleged killer, Boris Johnson has said as he met with the US president in the White House.
"I know that the president has been personally trying to move things along, and I'm grateful for that," the prime minister replied when asked about Anne Sacoolas, who was charged with causing Harry's death by dangerous driving.
Offering his own thoughts as he met with Mr Johnson in the White House, Mr Biden said: "That case is being worked on.
"I was under the impression there had been a civil settlement reached, but I don't know that, based on what I've been told it was not an intentional act.
"It was someone who's new... driving down the wrong side of the road, quote unquote. But I will follow up on that."
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