In this file photo taken on April 10, 2018 Britain's Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson leaves from 10 Downing street after attending a National Security Council meeting in London. / AFP / NIKLAS HALLE'N
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British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson risked a fresh Brexit row Friday after being secretly recorded predicting a "meltdown" in the negotiations, accusing elements of the government of blocking the process and implying U.S. President Donald Trump might handle it better.May's spokeswoman conceded there was "rigorous debate" in government, adding: "The PM believes that her cabinet and her government are working hard to deliver on the will of the people".However, she slapped down Johnson's suggestion that the Irish border issue, which has been holding up the negotiations, had been overstated.Away from domestic politics, Johnson also suggested May would put forward a new plan at the G7 summit in Canada for a "rapid response unit" to deal with Russian aggression, including cyber-warfare.
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