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Morning Briefing - The Telegraph

Good morning.

By-elections are ideal moments for voters to make their feelings known about the issues of the day, so Brexit is practically unavoidable. Few places are more… 565 more words

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Dropping the Blond Bombshell

Today’s cartoon that references a piece of art is not referencing a painting, drawing or classical work – but a film. Stanley Kubrick’s Dr Strangelove. 466 more words

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UK's Boris Johnson slapped down by PM Theresa May over Saudi 'proxy wars' comment

AFP and Reuters

© Tobias Schwarz, AFP | The former mayor of London is known for his tendency to go off-script.

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Boris and Saudi

There is something perverse about the headline BBC News at Six tonight.

Sensational – sure.  Alarming – yes.  Silly – certainly.

British Foreign Secretary, Boris Johnson, brought in by Teresa May because it is better to have enemies and loose canons closer than friends, has said “words” above and beyond his political station. 407 more words

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A DIPLOMATIC PRECEDENT

Did Theresa May really not consider the potential banana skins when she appointed Boris Johnson Foreign Secretary? By airing his personal opinions on Britain’s dubious relationship with the appalling Saudi regime, Boris has contradicted official Government policy on the subject, even if few outside of Government would dispute his comments had more than a ring of truth about them. 1,094 more words

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