'The work of the months and years to come': Johnson signals need to curb reliance on 'Putin's oil and gas'

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Alok Sharma and Boris Johnson during an event at COP26 last week | Credit: Doug Peters / UK government
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Alok Sharma and Boris Johnson during an event at COP26 last week | Credit: Doug Peters / UK government

British Prime Minister tells Munich Security Conference Europe must make 'full use of alternative suppliers and technology' so as to make threat of disruption to Russian gas supplies redundant

European leaders gathered at this weekend's Munich Security Conference have signalled the urgent need to reduce the continent's reliance on Russian gas imports in response to escalating fears that Moscow...

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