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Harry Dunn death: Boris Johnson urges suspect Anne Sacoolas to return to UK amid diplomatic spat with US

Independent Monday, 27 January 2020
Boris Johnson is to step up efforts to secure the extradition of an American diplomat to face charges over the death of teenage motorcyclist Harry Dunn when US secretary of state Mike Pompeo visits London later this week, Downing Street has said.
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News video: Harry Dunn's mother: Dominic Raab is 'clearly very, very angry'

Harry Dunn's mother: Dominic Raab is 'clearly very, very angry' 00:34

Harry Dunn's parents Charlotte Charles and Tim Dunn met with Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab - describing the meeting as "very honest" and "positive". Mrs Charles told PA she could see Mr Raab's "anger" at Mike Pompeo's decision to reject the extradition request for Anne Sacoolas.

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