Russia faces serious consequences if it installs puppet regime in Ukraine, says Dominic Raab

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The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “Russia faces serious consequences if it installs puppet regime in Ukraine, says Dominic Raab” – below is their description.

Britain accused Russia of plotting to install a puppet leader in Kyiv, as Boris Johnson warned European Union leaders against “naivety” over Vladimir Putin’s demands over Ukraine and described the crisis as “gravely dangerous”.

Whitehall was on Saturday night preparing to stand up specialist counter-disinformation cells and officials began work on new sanctions to debilitate the Russian economy if the Kremlin advances.

Britain is understood to be considering a “nuclear” option of backing the suspension of Russia from the Swift international payment scheme.

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