BRITAIN may have to intervene again in Syria because President Assad may still be tempted to use chemical weapons, a Defence Minister warned. Tobias Ellwood said “we don’t know” if the recent airstrikes were enough to stop him in the future. He told
Vanessa Beeley is a British blogger whobelieves the attack on French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo was staged,al-Qaeda wasn’t behind the 9/11 attacks and that “Zionists rule France”.But her real passion is trying to con
A former defence chiefhas called the air strikes on Syriaa “missed opportunity” to impact the civil war and said Britain should send soldiers in to protect people from the Bashar Al-Assad regime.Lord Richards said Britain, America and France&r
The day before US Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley went on national television saying that new sanctions would be announced against Russia, the White House sent out a list of talking points to surrogates advocating such a move. But the day after she annou
BRITAIN’S former defence chief today calls on Theresa May to send British troops into Syria to halt the Assad regime’s final massacre. The nation’s ex-top warrior Lord Richards warns hundreds of thousands are trapped and face impending fresh slaught
JEREMY Corbyn’s foreign policy chief last night insisted that Russia is not guilty of blocking a probe into chemical weapons in Syria. Emily Thornberry shocked the Question Time audience by echoing Kremlin propaganda about the Douma atrocity. The sh
1. WHERE ARE YOU FROM?It’s the final day of the Commonwealth summit. After talks at Windsor Castle, Theresa May will stand alongside other leaders for a press conference in central London this evening. Despite new agreements on plastics polluti
THERESA May has revealed an extraordinary 4,000 per cent increase in the spread of lies sent out by Russian cyber bots since the chemical weapon attacks in Salisbury and Syria. The new analysis by Whitehall officials lays bare the alarming extent of the K
And after all that, no-one was killed and not much happened. Britain, France and the USA struck key positions of Bashar al-Assad and didn’t kill anyone. It was designed to convey a message, which it probably did, but mostly was just about symbolism
Lawmakers emerged from a classified administration briefing expressing concern about administration policy on Syria and the legal justification for last week's military strikes against the regime of Bashar al-Assad.
President Donald Trump quashed Defense Secretary James Mattis' suggestion to obtain congressional authorization ahead of last week's strikes in Syria, military and administration officials told The New York Times.
Even though US intelligence agencies did not have absolute certainty Syria's regime had used the nerve agent sarin against civilians, the Trump administration still felt there was enough evidence to justify retaliatory strikes last Friday, several intelli
A Russian reporter investigating the deaths of Kremlin-linked mercenaries in Syria has died in a mysterious accident. Maxim Borodin was found badly injured by neighbours on Thursday after falling from the balcony of his fifth floor flat in Yekaterin
JEREMY Corbyn is grabbing the headlines in Russia with his criticism of Theresa May over Britain’s air. The Labour leader’s critics will see the lavish praise and prominence as evidence that his opposition to the military action is giving succour to M
Shami Chakrabarti has said it was wrong for Theresa May to launch military strikes against the Syrian regime simply to punish its “bad behaviour”.Labour’s shadow attorney general said on Monday morning the government had “not passe