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Britain willing to work on alternative Iran nuclear deal - PM's spokesman

Reuters Tuesday, 14 January 2020 ()
Britain is willing to work toward an alternative deal to prevent Iran obtaining nuclear weapons if it has U.S. support, but for now the current deal is the only one in place, Prime Minister Boris Johnson's spokesman said on Tuesday.
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France, Britain, and Germany have triggered a mechanism that puts the Iran nuclear deal into dispute, which if no resolution is reached, could lead to a return to the U.N. sanctions it lifted. Lucy Fielder reports.

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