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Senior Foreign Office whistleblower accuses top civil servant of misleading MPs over Afghanistan evacuation

Sky News Monday, 21 March 2022
Senior Foreign Office whistleblower accuses top civil servant of misleading MPs over Afghanistan evacuationA senior Foreign Office whistleblower has accused the department's top civil servant of misleading MPs over the Afghanistan evacuation.
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