PUTIN’S psychopathic brutality is now crystal clear to all except his ridiculous propagandists and Russia’s duped citizens.
Still his lies keep coming: That no civilians are being targeted in his “special military operation” to rid Ukraine of Nazis. Every word is false.
If Nato planes cannot enforce a no-fly zone, we must enable President Zelensky’s lionhearts to do so from the ground
Last night babies and women in labour lay bloodied and buried beneath the rubble of Mariupol maternity hospital, destroyed by a monstrous bomb.
Refugees are now routinely shelled fleeing Putin’s terror. And if he apes his barbaric friend Assad in Syria, chemical weapons will come next.
We pray the war criminals responsible for this genocide, and their supporters, face justice one way or another.
It is increasingly tempting to urge Nato to dispense it instantly by blowing Putin’s hordes to kingdom come. But we just cannot risk igniting armageddon.
Defence Secretary Ben Wallace is absolutely right, though, to send thousands more defensive weapons to help Ukraine repel the REAL Nazis of the 21st Century. Those should include our world-leading anti-aircraft missiles.
If Nato planes cannot enforce a no-fly zone, we must enable President Zelensky’s lionhearts to do so from the ground.
It’s Priti poor
BRITAIN’S once proud global reputation for welcoming refugees is in grave danger.
The blame lies not with the public which, while steadfastly opposed to economic migrants who illegally jump the queue, is overwhelmingly sympathetic towards those fleeing war.
The fault lies instead with a failing Home Office which has proved utterly incapable of preventing thousands of illegal arrivals in small boats . . . but chucks every obstacle in the path of those infinitely more deserving.
While the former are plucked to safety from the Channel, then housed in hotels at staggering expense, the latter are left out in the cold and put through a wringer of paperwork and delay.
Boris Johnson defended the need for security checks yesterday. Fine. But do officials really need up to TWO WEEKS to sift wannabe terrorists from displaced, desperate Ukrainian grandparents, dads, mums and children?
Contrast that with the Health Department’s warm-hearted plan to fly sick kids from the war zone here for NHS care.
Running the Home Office is tough. Even so, Priti Patel’s record is not a proud one.
WHEN will Rishi Sunak slash fuel duty like Ireland?
Each day heaps more misery on working people as pump prices and energy bills soar.
While other countries act, our Treasury is frozen in the headlights.
Rishi may fancy himself as a tax-lowering Chancellor. Now’s the time to prove it.
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