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Rishi who? Sunak slips down pecking order in G20 scramble to court India

The British PM did eventually meet his counterpart at the Delhi summit – but after a day’s wait, and without an impressive photo opRead more: Sunak tells G20: UK will resist ‘hair shirt’ policies on net zero pledge When Rishi Sunak finally got to meet …

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Rishi Sunak rules out quick-fix trade deal with India

Exclusive: Sources believe deal will not be struck before meeting with Narendra Modi at G20 summitRishi Sunak has ruled out a quick-fix trade deal with India, making it impossible to get an agreement over the line in time for this week’s G20 summit in …

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Gordon Brown calls for Taliban to face crimes against humanity charges

Ex-PM urges UK and allies to impose sanctions on Afghan regime over its ‘brutalisation’ of women and girlsUK politics live – latest updatesGordon Brown has called for the Taliban to be prosecuted for crimes against humanity, as he urged the UK governme…

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Women’s health at risk from UK aid cuts, Foreign Office warned

Thousands more women will be forced into unsafe abortions and die in pregnancy and childbirth, ministers toldHundreds of thousands more women will face unsafe abortions and thousands will die in pregnancy and childbirth as a result of UK aid cuts in 20…

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