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Alan Duncan: British politician
Sir Alan James Carter Duncan is a British Conservative Party politician. He is the Member of Parliament (MP) for Rutland and Melton and was the Minister of State for Europe and the Americas until his resignation on 22 July 2019.

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Ex-minister denied vote to test new British PM's support: BBC

Ex-foreign office minister Alan Duncan quit his post on Monday to try to force an emergency vote testing parliament's confidence in a new Conservative prime minister but the speaker John Bercow turned..
Reuters - Published

Alan Duncan: Tory minister reveals he resigned so he could try to oust Boris Johnson on his first day as PM

Alan Duncan has revealed he decided to resign as foreign minister so he could push for an emergency vote that would have seen Boris Johnson forced out of Downing Street as soon as he is elected.
Independent - Published

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MPs pay tribute to outgoing Speaker John Bercow [Video]MPs pay tribute to outgoing Speaker John Bercow

MPs including Leader of the House Jacob Rees-Mogg, Shadow Leader of the House Valerie Vaz, Conservative MP Sir Alan Duncan (Rutland and Melton) and SNP Shadow Leader of the House Pete Wishart all pay..

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'Deeply upset': Departing foreign minister takes veiled swipe at Boris Johnson over Iran prisoner diplomatic gaffe

Sir Alan Duncan adds Theresa May's self-esteem will 'far exceed' her critics
Independent - Published

Resigning UK minister: Sad that Britain has to work under Brexit 'dark cloud'

Foreign office minister Alan Duncan, who quit on Monday, said Britain was being forced to work under a "dark cloud" caused by Brexit, setting out the reasons for his resignation in a letter to Prime..
Reuters - Published

British junior foreign minister Alan Duncan resigns

British junior foreign minister Alan Duncan has resigned, The Times political editor said.
Reuters - Published

Alan Duncan resigns: Foreign minister quits because he cannot serve under Boris Johnson

Alan Duncan has quit as foreign minister ahead of Boris Johnson's likely election as new Tory leader.
Independent - Published

Important new US ambassador is best person for long term relationship : UK minister

Britain's new ambassador to the United States must be the best person for the long term interests of the relationship between the two countries, junior Foreign Office minister Alan Duncan said on..
Reuters - Published

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

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.
Reuters - Published

Britain rejects Chinese view of Hong Kong declaration as 'historic document'

Britain rejects China's assertion that their joint declaration on the governance of Hong Kong is a historic document which is no longer valid, junior foreign minister Alan Duncan said on Tuesday.
Reuters - Published

Cleaning up after Boris Johnson's gaffes as foreign secretary was a 'full-time activity', Foreign Office minister says

Sir Alan Duncan says Tory leadership frontrunner's lack of diplomacy had 'quite a lot of consequences'
Independent - Published

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