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

Independent Saturday, 1 June 2019
Sir Alan Duncan says Tory leadership frontrunner's lack of diplomacy had 'quite a lot of consequences'
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