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Starmer and Sunak agree for now on Red Sea attacks

24 January 2024

1:16 AM

24 January 2024

1:16 AM

What happens if the latest round of strikes against the Houthis don’t deter them?

That was the big question as Rishi Sunak made his statement to the Commons on yesterday’s attacks. The Prime Minister stuck to his two key lines from last week, that the strikes were targeted, and that the Houthis’ attacks are no way linked to the war in Gaza – though once again he did update MPs on the latter.

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