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Why is Labour so ‘angry’ about our next man in Washington?

24 April 2024

1:12 AM

24 April 2024

1:12 AM

Civil service appointments rarely generate much excitement in Westminster. But it’s not every day that Britain’s most senior diplomatic posting comes up for grabs. The Financial Times this week reports that our next man in Washington is going to be national security adviser Sir Tim Barrow. The Brexit-era veteran is set to succeed Dame Karen Pierce in the States later this year.

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