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PM: No UK ministers or officials will attend Winter Olympics

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PM: No UK ministers or officials will attend Winter Olympics

PM: No UK ministers or officials will attend Winter Olympics

Boris Johnson says there will "effectively be a diplomatic boycott" of the Winter Olympics in Beijing as no UK ministers or officials will be attending, following a plea from former Tory leader Sir Iain Duncan Smith at PMQs.

Report by Blairm.

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