Britain says no Iran deal 'better than a bad deal'
Agreed. No deal is indeed preferable to a bad deal. Two days remain until the 30 June deadline. My greatest fears remain red-line concessions to Tehran, and a final product that is laced with language deficiency and inexactitude.28 Jun, 2015
VIENNA: No nuclear deal between Iran and world powers is better than a "bad deal", Britain's foreign minister said on Sunday as he arrived for talks just days before a deadline for an accord. "We still have very big challenges if we are going to be able to get this deal done," Philip Hammond told reporters in Vienna. "I have said many times before and I will say it again today, no deal is better than a bad deal. There are red lines that we cannot cross and some very difficult decisions and tough choices are going to have to be made by all of us," he said.