Griff Witte

Washington Post

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London Bureau Chief for the Washington Post

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Prime Minister Theresa May called early elections to increase her conservative majority in the British Parliament. Yesterday, voters reduced it instead.

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Prime Minister Theresa May called early elections to increase her conservative majority in the British Parliament. Yesterday, voters reduced it instead.

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ISIS has claimed responsibility for the terrorist bombing in Manchester that killed 22 people. Authorities now have at least five people in custody and they are looking for more.

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ISIS has claimed responsibility for the terrorist bombing in Manchester that killed 22 people. Authorities now have at least five people in custody and they are looking for more.

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A massive report released    Wednesday    after a seven-year-long inquiry slammed former British Prime Minister Tony Blair for leading Britain into the Iraq War.

Long-awaited Report Slams Blair for British Involvement in Iraq

A massive report released Wednesday after a seven-year-long inquiry slammed former British Prime Minister Tony Blair for leading Britain into the Iraq War.

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