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Jeremy Corbyn says UK government increasing threat of war without 'credible evidence' Iran was behind Gulf tanker attacks

Independent Saturday, 15 June 2019
Foreign secretary Jeremy Hunt claims Labour leader's response is 'pathetic and predictable'
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