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UK PM Johnson unveils £300 million in new military aid in speech to Ukraine parliament

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In a remote address to the Ukrainian parliament, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson announces a further £300 million ($376 million, 358 million euros) in UK military aid to the beleaguered ex-Soviet nation. SOUNDBITE

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