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Boris Johnson warns Vladimir Putin but backs Donald Trump on Nato

MailOnline Friday, 2 December 2016
Boris Johnson warns Vladimir Putin but backs Donald Trump on NatoEurope must heed Donald Trump’s call to increase defence spending, Boris Johnson warns – as he says Russia and Islamic State are making the world a more ‘brutal’ place.
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