Britain's Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson delivers a speech at Chatham House in London, Britain Dec. 2, 2016. REUTERS/Gareth Fuller/Pool
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British Foreign Minister Boris Johnson, a leading Brexit campaigner, Friday denied contradicting government policy on immigration during private conversations with EU ambassadors, saying "we have to have control".Answering questions after his first keynote speech on foreign affairs, Johnson defended his support for free movement of people from the European Union – which Prime Minister Theresa May has promised to end as Britain leaves the bloc.Sky News Wednesday quoted four ambassadors as saying Johnson privately told them he supports freedom of movement, despite leading a campaign that made ending mass migration a key issue ahead of the June referendum on EU membership.
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