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16 April 2018 15:47:51 CNN.com - RSS Channel - Regions - Europe

BRITISH PRIME MINISTER THERESA MAY: This evening I have authorized British armed forces to conduct co-ordinated and targeted strikes to degrade the Syrian Regime's chemical weapons capability and deter their use. Full article on READ: UK PM May's statement on Syria strikes

Vice All News Time16 April 2018 15:47:51


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’It was the right thing to do’: UK PM Theresa May defends ordering Syria air strikes without approval, as does France’s Emmanuel Macron

2.1530538 16 April 2018 21:48:55 South China Morning Post - World feed

British Prime Minister Theresa May and French President Emmanuel Macron faced anger from lawmakers on Monday for conducting air strikes with the United States in Syria in both leaders’ first major military actions since coming to power. May said lawmakers were right to hold her to account for her actions, after the premier proceeded with the strikes without prior parliamentary approval. “But it is my responsibility as prime minster to make these decisions. And I will make them,...

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Statements by Theresa May and Emmanuel Macron on the Syria Strike

1.9171425 14 April 2018 04:31:05 NYT > World

The British prime minister and the French president issued statements supporting President Trump’s decision to launch airstrikes against Syria.

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UK PM May says attack in Syria is reprehensible

1.8454746 09 April 2018 15:22:25 The Daily Star >> News

UK PM May says attack in Syria is reprehensible

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Extra funding for Northern Ireland as DUP strikes deal with UK PM May

1.817516 26 June 2017 15:23:59 WN.com - World News

The UK government pledges an extra £1bn for Northern Ireland as PM May strikes a deal to get Northern Ireland's DUP to support a minority administration. Rough cut (no reporter narration). ......

Vice All News Time26 June 2017 15:23:59


UK Conservatives, Northern Ireland party strike deal to back PM May

1.7549565 26 June 2017 14:23:58 WN.com - World News

A Northern Ireland-based party struck a deal with the UK Conservatives on Monday to support Prime Minister Theresa May in a crucial vote on the government's legislative package later this week. ......

Vice All News Time26 June 2017 14:23:58


UK PM May to make statement shortly on London attack

1.7549565 04 June 2017 15:00:02 China Daily > China News

British Prime Minister Theresa May will make a statement shortly following a meeting of the government's crisis response committee after an attack in London which killed seven people, she said on her Twitter account.

Vice All News Time04 June 2017 15:00:02


UK PM May to Make Statement Shortly on London Attack

1.7059177 04 June 2017 12:37:06 WN.com - World News

LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Theresa May will make a statement shortly following a meeting of the government's crisis response... ......

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UK PM May to make statement shortly on London attack

1.5903265 04 June 2017 12:11:33 WN.com - Europe News

LONDON - British Prime Minister...

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UNICEF Statement on Strikes against children in a hospital in Syria (UNICEF UK)

1.5482169 15 February 2016 19:21:02 WN.com - Africa News

(Source: UNICEF UK) 15 February, 2016- Statement from UNICEF Executive Director Anthony Lake in response to reported attacks against four medical facilities in Syria. We at UNICEF are appalled by reports of attacks against four medical facilities in Syria - two of which were supported by UNICEF. One is a child and maternal hospital where children were...

Vice All News Time15 February 2016 19:21:02


UK to vote today on Syria strikes, PM confident

1.5440305 02 December 2015 02:51:00 The Asian Age

Parliament will vote on bombing Syria on Wednesday, Prime Minister David Cameron said, confident he can secure its approval after the Opposition Labour Party allowed its members to vote freely on the issue. Mr Cameron believes it is time to join other Western powers in bombing ISIS militants in Syria, saying Britain could not “subcontract” its security to others after the group claimed responsibility for killing 130 people in Paris in November. By calling the debate this week it was clear the Prime Minister was sure he had won over some sceptical members in his own ruling Conservative Party and others in the Labour Party, which is deeply divided on launching strikes. Earlier Labour’s leader, Jeremy Corbyn, who is opposed to the action, told MPs he would allow a so-called “free vote” — breaking with a tradition for leaders to instruct MPs on how to vote on major decisions, to quell a growing rebellion in his party. “I believe there’s growing support across Parliament for the compelling case there is to answer the call from our allies, to act against ISIL (ISIS) in Syria and in Iraq,” Mr Cameron said in a televised statement. He said he would recommend the debate and vote take place on Wednesday and denied a request for a two-day debate. By allowing a free vote, Mr Corbyn, a veteran anti-war campaigner, has handed Mr Cameron the majority he needs to avoid a repeat of a defeat in 2013, when Parliament voted down a motion to launch strikes against Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. While many in Labour fear more airstrikes will bring more instability to West Asia, some of the party’s leading members have said they are necessary to ensure Britain’s security. A Labour source said Mr Corbyn would still argue that Mr Cameron had yet to meet the conditions set out by Labour at its annual conference, including the provision of “clear and unambiguous” UN support for airstrikes.

Vice All News Time02 December 2015 02:51:00