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'Legality' of Soleimani killing is not UK's role: Johnson

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'Legality' of Soleimani killing is not UK's role: Johnson

'Legality' of Soleimani killing is not UK's role: Johnson

Britain&apos;s Labour party grillied Prime Minister Boris Johnson over his handling of the Iran crisis.

In parliament, Johnson told Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn that allegations he let a potential U.S.-UK Brexit trade deal influence his decisions were &quot;absolute fiction.&quot;

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