U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, right, holds a joint press conference with British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond after their meeting at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office in London on Monday. Kerry says the negotiations for Britain to leave the European Union must not “cut the nose off to spite the face.” He believes Britain and the EU can protect shared values and remain strong U.S. partners.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, right, holds a joint press conference with British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond after their meeting at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office in London on Monday. Kerry says the negotiations for Britain to leave the European Union must not “cut the nose off to spite the face.” He believes Britain and the EU can protect shared values and remain strong U.S. partners. Daniel Leal-Olivas The Associated Press
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, right, holds a joint press conference with British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond after their meeting at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office in London on Monday. Kerry says the negotiations for Britain to leave the European Union must not “cut the nose off to spite the face.” He believes Britain and the EU can protect shared values and remain strong U.S. partners. Daniel Leal-Olivas The Associated Press

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