Dominic Raab wants Suleimani killing deferred to VAR

UK Politics, World News
Brexit in doubt as VAR rules it a 'clear and obvious error'

Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab urged Iran to “take a diplomatic route” in an attempt to reduce tensions with the West and come in “from the international cold”.

Iran ignored him as they know he’s a thick dick who doesn’t understand the importance of Dover as a trading route.

It comes amid heightened tensions in the Middle East following the US killing of Iran’s top military leader, in Iraq. Mr Raab told the BBC…

I refuse to comment on anything before seeing VAR of the incident. I need to know if Trump is the goody or baddy. It’s imperative that in these diplomatic incidents that we’re seen to back the goodies.

He said the UK understood “why they did it” but now wanted to “de-escalate tensions” and avoid a major war. No one benefits from a war in the Middle East. The only people who would benefit are terrorists.

In a contradictory sentence, Mr Raab tripped himself up, no one benefits yet terrorists do? Mr Raab stupidly then said ‘off the record’ that privately it’s what Johnson and Cummings have craved since day one and we can’t believe we’ve escalated this so quickly into a war, it’s a great career move for me. Don’t tell anyone I said that”

Prime Minister Boris Johnson is due to return to the UK after a 12-day holiday and will talk to foreign leaders in the coming days.

He can’t believe he’s got the treble…A Tory landslide, Brexit and now a war.

Meanwhile, the US has pledged to send 3,000 extra troops to the region as a precaution. Royal Navy warships have been ordered to escort British-flagged vessels in the Persian Gulf.

Ironically, the UK’s armed forces have been rode rotten, sorry decimated, by Tory cuts. They have 25 soldiers and some of Dads Army ready to pounce.

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