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Former UK defence secretary claims Stena Impero did not follow security guidance

Penny Mordaunt, the former UK defence secretary, tells a parliamentary select committee hearing that Iran’s Revolutionary Guard corps was able to seize the British tanker in the Strait of Hormuz because the company only gave three hours notice of their transit and then left earlier than planned

Former defence secretary reveals she asked five times before Theresa May agreed to a meeting of Britain’s crisis Cobra committee to discuss the Iranian threat to Middle East Gulf shipping

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