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UK’s Johnson tells Russian hosts to stop meddling in foreign elections

By Channels
23 December 2017   |   5:00 am
British foreign secretary Boris Johnson told his Russian counterpart there was "abundant evidence" of Moscow meddling in foreign elections, but said any Russian efforts to interfere in last year's Brexit referendum had fallen flat.

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