UK-US relationship is “in great shape” says Foreign Secretary

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Dominic Raab says UK-US will go from "strength to strength". CREDIT: Twitter

The UK-US relationship is “in great shape” says Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab, and will go from “strength to strength” whichever candidate wins the election.

Raab told Sky News the election is still “too close to call” but that he is totally confident the American system “will give us a definitive result”.

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