Statement: Iran Nuclear Deal: 9 May 2018

09 May 2018

Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, Boris Johnson, gave a statement in the House of Commons today on the Iran Nuclear Deal.

The Foreign Secretary updated the House on the future of the Iran Nuclear agreement and stated it regretted the decision of the US Administration to withdraw from the agreement but confirmed the UK would still be a part of the deal.

The Shadow Foreign Secretary, Emily Thornberry, responded on behalf of the Opposition and condemned the US President's decision to withdraw from the deal.

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