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Houthi attacks are nothing to do with Gaza, says Sunak

16 January 2024

5:46 AM

16 January 2024

5:46 AM

Rishi Sunak has updated MPs on the strikes against Houthi targets in Yemen, just as a missile reportedly from the rebel group hit a US-owned cargo ship.

The Prime Minister told the Commons that he had come to tell members at the first opportunity and that the action taken by the US and UK on Friday was ‘taken in self defence: it was limited, not escalatory’.

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