UK joins United States for maritime security mission in Gulf

UK joins United States for maritime security mission in Gulf

Britain on Monday joined the United States in a maritime security mission in the Gulf to protect merchant vessels travelling through the Strait of Hormuz after Iran seized a British-flagged vessel. British officials stressed that there was no change to London’s policy on Iran but joining the United States is the most significant non-Brexit foreign policy move of Boris Johnson’s administration.

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Don Javis
Don Javis 6 months

Huuhh, so some of you are surprised that a state that sanctions, funds and supports terror against the West would want to go to war now Europe has approximately 10% Islamist populations?! Hmmm, so suddenly (within the next 10-20 years) as the developed (western) world looks to go green and use clean energy and electric vehicles, with lithium being the big new commodity, and fossil fuels being a less viable way to make unlimited cash, now the gulf states are increasing their aggression towards us, because they about to be left with a (mostly) unusable product that's value will be absolutely slashed withing the next 5 years, hmmmm. And we are shocked and confused because?!

Coolidge 6 months

Unfortunately the winds of war have begun to blow again out of the east... the sanctions must be working, but it’s seems the diplomatic solution is still leading into war.

porcus 6 months

I think Asia is the more likely place for war to break out, not the Mid-East.

AltMiddle 5 months

Britannia rules the waves

FirstCensorshipThenJail 6 months

Wake up, wake up, it is real.

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