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RAF ON STANDBY TO BOMB SYRIA: Theresa May puts fighter jets on standby to strike Assad

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THERESA MAY has put RAF fighter jets on STANDBY to bomb Syria following a chemical attack by tyrant Bashar al-Assad.

According to reports, major activity has been reported at the British RAF base in Cyprus.

Theresa May said that: “We will be working with our closest allies on how we can ensure that those who are responsible are held to account and how we can prevent and deter the humanitarian catastrophe that comes from the use of chemical weapons in the future.

“The continued use of chemical weapons cannot go unchallenged.”

Last night, Prime Minister Theresa May spoke to U.S. President Donald Trump to discuss a response to the chemical attack which Trump described as “SICK.”

A Number 10 spokesman said that “The pair agreed to ensure those responsible were held to account”

May also spoke to Emmanuel Macron, the President of France.

According to sources British Military chiefs have also drawn up plans for a joint strike with America and its allies.

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has said Parliament must be given a vote to authorise military action in Syria adding MPs “should always” be given a say on UK military intervention.

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