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Outspoken British columnist tries to roast Jacinda Ardern over Sri Lanka attacks

New Zealand Herald Monday, 22 April 2019 ()
Outspoken British columnist tries to roast Jacinda Ardern over Sri Lanka attacksPrime Minister Jacinda Ardern is ignoring a sarcastic swipe by a British columnist over yesterday's attacks in Sri Lanka which have left hundreds dead.Katie Hopkins, a columnist and former contestant in the 2007 The Apprentice tv...
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News video: Sri Lanka Attacks: Britons Among Those Killed

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Reuters reports British nationals were among the more than 200 people killed in the Easter Sunday attacks in Sri Lanka. A spokeswoman said British officials were supporting the relatives of the victims and were continuing to work with the relevant authorities to obtain further information. Earlier...

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