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Raab and Johnson show two faces of UK’s vaccine diplomacy

Analysis: Foreign secretary’s robust response to the EU contrasted with the PM’s emollience towards India

Boris Johnson went out of his way this week not to blame Delhi for the later-than-expected arrival of 5m doses of the Oxford vaccine from India, which is contributing to a significant dip in supplies in April.

“No, no, no,” he said, when asked by a reporter whether Delhi had blocked the export of the vaccines, as the country battles a resurgence in Covid cases.

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