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UK PM frontrunner Johnson calls ambassador Darroch a superb diplomat

Reuters Wednesday, 10 July 2019
Kim Darroch is a superb diplomat and public servants should not be dragged into the political agenda, Boris Johnson, the frontrunner to become prime minister, said on Wednesday after Britain's ambassador to the United States resigned in a furore over leaked memos.
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News video: Boris Johnson 'regrets' Sir Kim Darroch's decision to resign

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In response to Sir Kim Darroch’s resignation, Tory leadership hopeful Boris Johnson said he regretted the news because “he is a superb diplomat and I worked with him for many years”. “I think whoever leaked his diptels (diplomatic telegrams) really has done a grave disservice to our civil...

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