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Theresa May defends Syria raid and insists UK had to strike ‘in our national interest’

MailOnline Sunday, 15 April 2018
Theresa May defends Syria raid and insists UK had to strike ‘in our national interest’The Prime Minister will today insist that the UK had to strike Syria ‘in our national interest’ to deter chemical weapon attacks on British streets.
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News video: Syria strikes were in UK's 'national interest', says Theresa May

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London, Apr 17 (ANI): Britain's decision to conduct air strikes against Syria was in the country's national interest, and not the result of pressure from U.S. President Donald Trump, Prime Minister Theresa May told parliament on Monday. May, who has regained confidence after winning support...

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