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The Foreign Office is in trouble if David Lammy takes charge

17 April 2024

11:23 PM

17 April 2024

11:23 PM

The heart sinks at the latest thoughts espoused by David Lammy, the shadow foreign secretary, on a future Labour government’s foreign policy. Lammy has penned a 4,000 word essay for Foreign Affairs on his vision of pursuing ‘progressive realism’ for Britain on the international stage. It is a less than catchy phrase that amounts to little substance.

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