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Former MI6 Chief: Trump could make Britain safer

And we may have "a more influential role at the top table"

By Richard Dearlove  

President-Elect Donald Trump, joined on stage by running mate Mike Pence, speaks to supporters at the Election Night Party at the Hilton Midtown Hotel in New York City, NY, USA, on Wednesday, November 9, 2016. ©Van Tine Dennis/ABACA/ABACA USA/PA Images

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If President-Elect Donald Trump is really the belligerent isolationist of his campaign rhetoric, then the United Kingdom’s national security is in a very difficult and potentially dangerous place.…

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