PRIME Minister Boris Johnson has given the thumbs up to this Christmas card made by a talented Oxfordshire schoolgirl.

Conservative MP for Wantage David Johnston hand-delivered the painted card made by Grove CofE Primary School pupil Olivia Rance.

The nine-year-old girl was one of many children in the Wantage area who submitted designs to the MP's competition, which he announced in October.

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It was open to all primary school children in Mr Johnston's constituency and the winner got to see their card in the hands of the PM.

In a touching post on Faceboon the MP praised winners and runners-up for their efforts: "Congratulations to them all!

"It was a very tough Christmas Card competition."

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