UK PM Theresa May: Making it unlawful for the govt to take military action without a vote, would undermine the national security and I will never allow that to happen

Map. History of UK conflict

17 August 2018
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UK PM Theresa May: Making it unlawful for the govt to take military action without a vote, would undermine the national security and I will never allow that to happen
4 month ago
PMs May second argument for not consulting Parliament of Syria strike is that intelligence assessments can't be shared. More could be shared after the strike
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UK PM struggling to argue that Parliament wasn't consulted because forces needed secrecy ahead of strikes
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UK PM: I would have faced questions about what weapons we were planning to use this would have increased the risk of the government being able to shoot down our missiles
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UK PM: Coming to parliament before taking action could compromise the security of our actions it is vital to conceal the evidence to our enemies had they known about the targets, they could have taken steps to relocate the chemical weapons
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UK PM Theresa May says "it cannot be right" for Parliament to be consulted each time UK forces are sent into action
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Suspended Cambridge Analytica CEO Alexander Nix is no longer able to testify to parliament as he is being investigated by the information commissioner - British parliamentary committee chair
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UK PM May: It is important that anyone in the position of PM that there will be times to say it's necessary to commit our forces into armed combat
Russian Ambassador to Ireland says 'ridiculous' that Russia carried out Douma clean-up operation
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[email protected] on Brexit: Closest relationship with the UK is important, however there is no 'cherry-picking' in the single market
The U.K., Germany and France fail to convince EU foreign ministers to expand sanctions on Iran
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Prime Minister Theresa May has apologised to Caribbean leaders over the Windrush generation immigration controversy during a Downing Street meeting to discuss the issue
The nerve agent used to poison Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia in Salisbury was delivered "in a liquid form", the Department for Environment says
Anti-Pakistan banners reading 'Pakistan must answer for crimes against humanity' and 'must question Pakistan for enforced disappearances in Balochistan' seen in London4 month ago
Anti-Pakistan banners reading 'Pakistan must answer for crimes against humanity' and 'must question Pakistan for enforced disappearances in Balochistan' seen in London
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Spokesman for Prime Minister Theresa May says Windrush generation residents will not be deported or detained while their immigration process is addressed
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Jamaican PM Andrew Holness says "We will get what's fair" as he enters Downing Street to discuss Windrush families
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Spokesman for UK Prime Minister Theresa May says a letter has been sent to 12 Caribbean countries which says the Government regrets any anxiety caused over the immigration status of Windrush generation residents
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UK PM May regrets British role over anti-gay laws in former colonies
[email protected] opens response to @EmmanuelMacron with support for missile strike on Syria but notes it was France and UK to act, highlighting EU weakness" "There is still no European Army and equally we must say our foreign policy is occasionally an illusion"
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Prime minister of Antigua and Barbuda Gaston Browne has told an apology from the UK Government over the treatment of Windrush generation citizens "would be welcome"
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US and allies stage Skripal Case, chemical attack in Syria, Russia sanctions - Moscow
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Jamaican Prime Minister Andrew Holness arrived @10DowningStreet this morning for bilateral talks with @theresa_may
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The UK Office for National Statistics says unemployment fell by 16,000 to 1.42m in the three months to February
[email protected]: Brexit gives UK the opportunity to "reinvigorate" Commonwealth links
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No known cases of deported 'Windrush' residents, Britain says
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UK PM May defends decision to join U.S.-led missile strikes against Syria without first seeking parliament's authorisation
Irish foreign ministers Simon Coveney says June is a very important date from an Irish perspective. We are putting down a marker which says that if there isn't significant progress towards trying to find new wording that puts in place an operational backstop in the WA, then we'd have to ask some very serious questions as to whether it’s possible to do it by October which is the end point when we are hoping to have a draft withdrawal Treaty in place
Irish foreign minister Simon Coveney says the British government has committed to doing that. If that isn't in the Withdrawal Agreement then there will be no Withdrawal Agreement, and if there is no Withdrawal Agreement there will be no transition deal either
Irish foreign minister Simon Coveney saysIt puts at risk everything. Michel Barnier has been very clear, and I have too: there will be no Withdrawal Agreement if there isn't a backstop relating to the Irish border, consistent with Paragraph 49 [of the Joint Report], and the political commitments in December
Irish foreign minister Simon Coveney says entire Withdrawal Treaty "at risk" if there is no agreement on legal language on the Irish back stop by the June European Council
U.S., UK charge that Russia-backed hackers infected computer routers in global cyber espionage campaign
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U.K., U.S. issue alert about malicious Russian cyber attacks. Russian cyber attacks targeting routers, switches, firewalls
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"I am very sorry for any confusion or anxiety felt" says Home Secretary Amber Rudd to the Windrush generation
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