tv DW News Deutsche Welle November 13, 2019 3:00am-3:03am CET
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one month to go until the u.k. general election the candidates the parties the voters they're all talking about shouldn't someone be talking about the russians tonight hillary clinton is slamming prime minister boris johnson's decision to withhold a report about russian interference in british politics until after the election she says that's shameful and she's warning the u.k. in 2019 not to make the same mistake the us did in 2060 i'm often berlin this is the day. i think it's outrageous that your government won't release a report about russian influence inside the u.k. there is no evidence to suggest that the kremlin has successfully engaged in