'He never backs Britain and should never be PM'
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PMQs: Jeremy Corbyn and Theresa May on military action

After Jeremy Corbyn used his PMQs slot to demand answers on UK arms sales to Saudi Arabia, Theresa May claimed: "He never backs Britain."

She accused him of having sympathy with Russia over the Salisbury poisoning, with IRA terrorists during the Troubles, and with Iran over recent tanker attacks in the Gulf.

The Labour leader had said there was "overwhelming evidence of war crimes in Yemen" by Saudi Arabian forces, with indiscriminate attacks leading to the deaths of 200,000 civilians.LIVE: May faces questions at PMQs

  • 26 Jun 2019
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