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Theresa May confronts Vladimir Putin over Salisbury attack

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Theresa May confronts Vladimir Putin over Salisbury attack

Theresa May confronts Vladimir Putin over Salisbury attack

Prime Minister Theresa May says she confronted Vladimir Putin over the Salisbury nerve agent attack while at the G20 summit in Osaka, Japan.

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