‘We want to open up internationally but only when it can be done in a sure footed and safe way’ June 18, 2020

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The Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab spoke to Martha Kearney ahead of a meeting between Boris Johnson and French President Emmanuel Macron in Downing Street, to mark the 80th anniversary of a famous wartime broadcast. In 1940, French Resistance leader Charles de Gaulle used the BBC to send a radio message to Nazi-occupied France, urging people not to give up the fight against Hitler. During their Downing Street meeting, Mr Johnson and Mr Macron will discuss easing of the 14-day coronavirus quarantine measures in place for visitors to - and UK citizens returning to - the UK. Credit: Getty Images



The Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab spoke to Martha Kearney ahead of a meeting between Boris Johnson and French President Emmanuel Macron in Downing Street, to mark the 80th anniversary of a famous wartime broadcast. In 1940, French Resistance leader Charles de Gaulle used the BBC to send a radio message to Nazi-occupied France, urging people not to give up the fight against Hitler. During their Downing Street meeting, Mr Johnson and Mr Macron will discuss easing of the 14-day coronavirus quarantine measures in place for visitors to - and UK citizens returning to - the UK. Credit: Getty Images