Theresa May: Syria Airstrikes Were ‘Right Thing to Do’
Tuesday, 17 April 2018 () Prime Minister Theresa May of Britain presented evidence to lawmakers that the Syrian regime had used chemical weapons on civilians earlier this month, and explained why she ordered airstrikes without a parliamentary vote.
Theresa May delivers a statement to the media after military strike against Syria in conjunction with the US and France. The prime minister said the action was not about bringing regime change in Syria but was intended to demonstrate that the international community would not stand by and tolerate...
The UK foreign secretary tells BBC 1's the Andrew Marr Show that the airstrikes carried out by the US, Britain and France on Saturday were necessary in order to deter not only the Assad regime but.. Source: Guardian -
Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn MP refused to answer a reporter's question over the legality of the Syria airstrikes. Mr Corbyn has said that the UK was following orders from the US by joining action.. Source: ODN -
The Prime Minister today defended Britain's military action in Syria, insisting airstrikes were the right thing to do. Theresa May told the House of Commons she acted in the national interest, and not.. Source: ODN -
Boris Johnson says the UK Prime Minister's decsion to join th U.S. and France in its airstrikes in Syria was the right thing and that Britain would study its options if chemical weapons are used again... Source: Rumble -
Boris Johnson says the UK Prime Minister's decsion to join th U.S. and France in its airstrikes in Syria was the right thing and that Britain would study its options if chemical weapons are used.. Source: News Video Online -
Syria's government denounced President Trump's decision to launch airstrikes against chemical weapons production facilities in the country, calling it quote “brutal, barbaric aggression.” Veuer's.. Source: Veuer -