In his foreword, Mr Johnson says: “It is time to join so many of our friends around the world in believing in a truly global Britain – a project that is totally consistent with this country’s history and instincts. The authors identify three great campaigns for global Britain – free trade, freedom from oppression, and freedom of thought – and it is hard to disagree.
“They make some keen observations about the change in the threats that this country faces, notably the growth in new subversive techniques, especially in Russia (a specialism of Bob Seely). They outline some of the opportunities we could seize, with some creative thinking about improving our already strong relations with the ‘anglosphere’.
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