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'Special relationship' sold as Kerry in Brexit UK

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>> Your Secretary of State John Kerry's first trip to Britain since the UK voted to Brexit. This perhaps the first of many bumps ahead. The special relationship just got that bit more significant for one side at least. Smiles all around as the US Secretary of State met Britain's new Prime Minister, but the dynamics have perhaps changed.
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The UK needs it's allies outside Europe more than ever.>> Most importantly, we affirmed the imperative where the United States, Great Britain and the European community to work together to maximize the economic opportunity, minimize the disruption.>> Next up, a Bilateral with Foreign Secretary, Boris Johnson underpinning what a post Brexit special relationship means one of the main orders of the day, especially after a few mixed messages.
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Back in April, Kerry's boss, President Obama, said the UK would be at the back of the queue for US trade deal.>> I've returned to London today to reaffirm ourselves. The special and unbreakable ties between the United States and the United Kingdom, and these are more than words,.
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>> But the perils of meeting counterparts from Germany, France, Italy, and the EU to discuss the situation in Syria.>> The current situation on the ground in Syria is dire.>> Tuesdays diplomatic talk ending in an evening deliberating the conflict in Yemen. Bretix Boris Johnson is just days into his new job.
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Thank you very much.>> But side by side with Kerry he's attempting to reassure the UK still wants to stand tall on the global stage.