Jeremy Corbyn claims UK foreign policy has 'fuelled' threat of terrorism
The Labour leader has backed the use of "lethal force" against the London Bridge terrorist, despite his previous reservationsIn a speech in York on Sunday, Mr Corbyn will turn fire on the Conservatives following the London Bridge attack, after Home Secretary Priti Patel went on the offensive against Labour.
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Successive governments have too often fuelled, rather than reduced, the threat of- with UK leaders having made the wrong calls on security for "far too long", will say on Sunday in the wake of the latest incident at London Bridge.
Details of the speech have been released with the Labour leader due to say the war on terror has "manifestly failed", adding that security requires "calmly making the right calls at moments of high pressure".
Corbyn will accuseof being "the world's leading sycophant" towards Donald Trump, and will say it is time for Britain to stop bring tied to the US President's coat-tails.
Johnson 'World's Leading Sycophant' To Donald Trump, Says Corbyn
Jeremy Corbyn has branded Boris Johnson the “world’s leading sycophant” to Donald Trump. The Labour leader has made the accusation as the US president is due to arrive in the UK for a NATO summit on Monday. Trump will spend two days in the country, meeting the Queen at Buckingham Palace and other world leaders at the summit in Watford. It is thought Johnson and Trump will hold a joint press conference also as the campaign for the December 12 general election enters its final stretch. Making a speech on foreign policy in York, Corbyn accused Johnson of being too close to the president, saying it was “time to stop clinging on to Donald Trump’s coat-tails”.
Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn lashes out at Donald Trump 's push for Syria missile strikes. But taking a step back from action Mr Trump said in a message on Twitter this morning: "Never White House says President Donald Trump has not laid out timetable for action in response to a suspected
Jeremy Corbyn has made a controversial return to election campaigning after the Manchester bomb attack with a speech blaming UK foreign policy for terrorism at home. The Labour leader claims the so-called "war on terror " is not working and is promising a government led by him would change.
Speaking two days after the London Bridge attack, Corbyn will point out that he warned against the invasion and occupation of Iraq 16 years ago.
"I said it would set off a spiral of conflict, hate, misery, desperation that will fuel the wars, the conflict, the terrorism, and the misery of future generations. It did, and we are still living with the consequences today."
Corbyn will add: "Real security demands more than the correct operational decisions by trained and properly funded professionals, it requires political leadership as well.
"For far too long, our country's leaders have made the wrong calls on our security. Their mistakes in no way absolve terrorists of blame for their murderous actions. The blame lies with the terrorists, their funders and recruiters.
Party leaders accused of politicising London Bridge terror attack
Former government adviser Dame Louise Casey says the issues are ‘much more difficult’ than politicians allow.Following a series of heated changes over the weekend involving Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn, Dame Louise Casey – a former government adviser on community cohesion – said both sides were oversimplifying the issue.
Earlier, Neil Basu, head of UK counter- terrorism policing, said the suspect was wearing what is believed to be a hoax explosive device. BBC security correspondent Frank Gardner said attackers wear fake suicide vests for a couple of reasons: To add to public panic and in some cases to ensure police
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has a long history of arguing against the Iraq War, demanding an Corbyn was among the MPs who called for the investigation into the Iraq War that is now known as In a 2011 interview with RT, Corbyn said: “[The UK ] has involved itself in what I believe to be an
"But if we are to protect people we must be honest about what threatens our security. The threat of terrorism cannot and should not be reduced to questions of foreign policy alone. But too often the actions of successive governments have fuelled, not reduced that threat.
"Real security requires calmly making the right calls at moments of high pressure, often against the grain of conventional wisdom.
"That requires the courage and strength to chart an independent course when we think our friends and allies are doing the wrong thing.
"It is time for Britain to stop being tied to Donald Trump's coat-tails. Boris Johnson has been the world's leading sycophant towards the US President.
"From climate change denial to unconditional support for the Israeli far right, from racism to confrontation with China, Trump is taking the world on a dangerous path.
"Britain must make its own foreign policy, free from a knee-jerk subservience to a US administration which repudiates our values.
"Under Labour, Britain will have its own voice in the world, standing tall for security, peace and justice. That's the path to real security."
Leaked NHS documents trumpeted by Jeremy Corbyn are linked to Russian hackers, Reddit says .
The social network said it believes Russian hackers 'manipulated and misused' their platform to spread the documentsReddit announced it had banned 61 accounts linked to the release of the documents, after investigating suspect activity which bore similarities to Russian hacking operations.