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Theresa May, the former PM, asks what the implications of this would be if China were to invade Taiwan.
Johnson says the government is determined to defend internal law, and that is the advice it would give to Beijing.
Ian Blackford, the SNP leader at Westminster, says he welcomes international cooperation with allies.
But he asks for an assurance that this agreement will not be used to supply Australia with nuclear weapons.Continue reading...