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David Cameron and Barack Obama have both expressed caution on the deal to try to cool tensions in Ukraine. After talks yesterday, US, Russian, EU and Ukrainian representatives agreed that the pro-Moscow occupiers of government buildings in eastern Ukraine should leave and that the demonstrators should be granted amnesty f...
No 10 press release A Downing Street spokesman said: 'The Prime Minister spoke to President Obama this evening, following today's Contact Group meeting in Genev...
Labour press release Douglas Alexander MP, Labour's Shadow Foreign Secretary, speaking ahead of four-way talks on Ukraine tomorrow, said: "Ahead of tomorrow's f...
On top of wrestling with the ongoing crisis in Ukraine, William Hague may have another hairy situation to deal with that is a cut above the rest. Karim Nabbach, a...
My lord Mayor, Ladies and Gentlemen, it is an honour to address you tonight. It is an exceptionally turbulent time in world affairs, and I believe it will remain so...
William Hague said European nations had not set a “red line” that would trigger a new wave of sanctions against Russia over its actions in Ukraine. “I think we wi...
15/04/2014 on Today, BBC Radio 4
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