The former British Ambassador is said to have highlighted splits amongst United States presidential advisors and that the White House did not have a "day-to-day" strategy of what to do following withdrawal from the deal.
Boris Johnson yesterday admitted that the leak of diplomatic cables criticising Donald Trump were "embarrassing" but insisted that they were not a threat to national security. But Darroch stepped down as U.S. ambassador on Wednesday, saying it was "impossible" for him to continue.
United Kingdom police are hunting the culprits behind the leak - and, contentiously, have warned journalists that publishing the documents "could also constitute a criminal offence".
"I would say to the person or people who did this, the impact of what you have done is obvious", he said.
"However, you for the time being are additionally liable for diverting busy detectives from endeavor their core mission".
The Counter Terrorism Command, the unit responsible for investigating alleged breaches of the UK's Official Secrets Act, will lead the probe. You can stop this now.
According to the Daily Mail, the former ambassador said Trump seemed to be discarding the Iran nuclear deal for "personality reasons", as the deal had been agreed to by former President Barack Obama.
Basu also urged the leakers of the already published documents to "turn yourself in at the earliest opportunity, explain yourself and face the consequences".
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A UK Foreign Office spokesman told CNN on Saturday that whoever leaked the cables "should face the consequences of their actions". The White House responded by refusing to deal with him, and Trump branded the ambassador a "pompous fool" in a Twitter fusillade.
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Darroch announced his resignation last week after the newspaper published cables in which he'd branded the Trump administration dysfunctional and inept.
'The publication of leaked communications, knowing the damage they have caused or are likely to cause may also be a criminal matter.
British officials say they believe the leak was not a result of computer hacking and seems to have been carried out by an insider.
Shadow Foreign Secretary Liz McInnes, representing the opposition Labour Party, described Johnson's refusal as "the most craven and despicable act of cowardice I have seen from any candidate for public office." .
Per some Whitehall sources, Sir Kim determined to resign after Mr Johnson failed to fully toughen him all thru a TV debate on Tuesday night.
In an interview with the BBC's Andrew Neil, Mr Johnson said he telephoned him the next day, and Sir Kim told him he had not actually watched the debate although his comments had been passed on to him by someone else.
Trump did not directly address his change of tone on Friday, but said "some people just told me ... he actually said very good things about me".
Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt, who is jousting with Boris Johnson to become the next prime minister, tweeted Saturday that the person responsible for the leak must be found and held responsible, but he differed with police over whether the publication of leaks is a possible crime.