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UK's Johnson threw ambassador to U.S. 'under the bus': junior minister

Reuters Wednesday, 10 July 2019
Boris Johnson threw Britain's ambassador to Washington "under the bus" when he refused to back the envoy in his row with Donald Trump, junior Foreign Office minister Alan Duncan said on Wednesday.
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Boris Johnson in pole position to become the next UK Prime Minister and already is at the centre of a diplomatic storm. His underwhelming endorsement of Kim Darroch is believed to be a factor in Darroch's decision to resign as the British Ambassador to Washington.

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