May and Johnson reveal embarrassing split over alleged Russia meddling [TWEETS]

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Written by : TOM COBURG

n her Lord Mayor’s banquet speech, Theresa May accused Russia of meddling in “our democracies”. But just over a week earlier, Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson essentially said the opposite. So who’s telling the truth? The Prime Minister, or the man who was photographed having lunch with a ‘professor’ named by an FBI informer as a go-between to Russia?

May accuses Russia

At the banquet, May said:

I have a very simple message for Russia. We know what you are doing. And you will not succeed. Because you underestimate the resilience of our democracies, the enduring attraction of free and open societies, and the commitment of Western nations to the alliances that bind us. The UK will do what is necessary to protect ourselves, and work with our allies to do likewise.

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