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UK recommends all British-flagged ships adopt a heightened security state in the Strait of Hormuz: Sky

Reuters Thursday, 11 July 2019
Britain has recommended all British-flagged ships go to a heightened state of security in the Strait of Hormuz, Sky News reported on Thursday, citing unnamed maritime industry sources.
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News video: Strait of Hormuz tension: UK call on Iran to de-escalate situation

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The Government has called on Iran to de-escalate the situation after the Royal Navy had to prevent Iranian vessels from invading a British tanker in the Strait of Hormuz.

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