This is the man who criticised Jeremy Corbyn over Trident. His agenda seems fairly clear, reading between the lines of that story and this.

He seems to like bombing people just a little too much!

Perhaps he has forgotten that the armed forces exist to defend the UK, and for no other purpose at all.

It is particularly offensive – as one Vox Political commenter has pointed out – that he has been voicing his opinions on Remembrance Sunday.

Perhaps it is time for him to go.

The UK is “letting down” its allies by failing to launch air strikes against terrorist group Islamic State in Syria, says Britain’s top military commander.

General Sir Nicholas Houghton, the chief of the defence staff, criticised the UK policy of restricting RAF air strikes to neighbouring Iraq.

He told Sky News the decision “makes no sense” when IS, also known as Isil, has its stronghold in Syria.

MPs rejected possible UK military action in Syria in 2013.

Source: Syria crisis: UK ‘letting down’ allies over air strikes – BBC News

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