Quite a reading, should I say. But one paragraph is a true gem.
Asked if there could be a case for Britain to publicise some of the “very interesting financial” information about members of Vladimir Putin’s regime outside Russia, he replied: “There might be. When we talk about having further steps that we can take in increasing the pressure on Russia, one of the headings that we regularly review is strategic communication, how can we [send a] message to the Russian people ... about what’s really going on. And it’s a very interesting thought. I will certainly make sure that the strat-comms [strategic communications] people are thinking precisely about that.Come on, Mr. Hammond, show us your message about what's really going on.
I don't know who are you to lecture us, but, anyhow, let us Russians know what you understand about it.
We need more fun in life.