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Police could get involved in 'inept Trump administration' leak

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Police could get involved in 'inept Trump administration' leak

Police could get involved in 'inept Trump administration' leak

Minister of State Sir Alan Duncan said the investigation into the UK ambassador to Washington's leaked emails could be handed over to the police if any criminality is found.

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