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Iranians learning the US CANNOT BE TRUSTED – Iran’s deputy foreign minister (E779)

On this episode of Going Underground, we speak to a Labour peer in the House of Lords, Lord Brooke of Alverthorpe, on Boris Johnson’s government heading towards a no-deal Brexit, the impact it will have on the poorest in society, his thoughts on Boris Johnson’s new cabinet and aides, and why he isn’t optimistic about Labour winning a general election under Jeremy Corbyn. Next, we speak to Going Underground’s deputy editor Charlie Cooke about Johnson’s cabinet and the controversies surrounding Home Secretary Priti Patel and Education Secretary Gavin Williamson. Finally, we speak to Iran’s Deputy Foreign Minister Dr. Seyed Sajjadpour on the recent incidents involving tankers in the Persian Gulf and the Strait of Hormuz, how Iran will deal with the UK seizing Iran’s tanker, the lessons learned by Iranians over the US withdrawing from the JCPOA and why Iran does not accept Mike Pompeo’s and the US’ requests for negotiations!

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Ms. Patel was advising ViaSat on a matter in respect to India; it did not involve any UK work. From our understanding, Ms. Patel sought and obtained the requisite approvals as disclosed in the published letter from the Chair of the Office of the Advisory Committee on Business Appointments.

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