Prime Minister Boris Johnson 'longing' to visit sea dragon as MP Alicia Kearns asks for new Rutland museums to house stunning finds
Prime Minister Boris Johnson said he is 'longing' to visit two new unique archaeological finds unearthed in Rutland.
Rutland and Melton MP Alicia Kearns called on the Prime Minister Boris Johnson to support the building of new museums to display the finds during Prime Minister's Questions in the House of Commons today (Wednesday).
"Will he please support us to build a new tourism industry and two heritage museums in Rutland to preserve these amazing discoveries in our county," she said.
In response, Mr Johnson said: "I am agog. I'm longing to come and see this extraordinary addition to the cultural heritage of Rutland and I thank her for brining it to my attention and I look forward to making a visit as soon as I can."