Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has condemned the "cowardly" and "despicable" murder of Russia's ambassador to Turkey Andrei Karlov.
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MPs learnt of the shooting when it was reported by Prime Minister Theresa May as she spoke in the House of Commons, saying the then-breaking news was a "matter of concern".
Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson could be seen leaving the chamber immediately after the Prime Minister's announcement.
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An Italian minister said Boris Johnson "insulted" the Mediterranean country by using prosecco sales to negotiate the UK a good Brexit deal.Read the full story ›