Cameron: Britain will get more drones to fight extremists

He said Britain’s fleet of 10 “Reapers” would be replaced by 20 new models as part of the country’s 2015 Defence Review.


Mr Cameron has promised an in/out referendum by the end of 2017 and Mr Hammond said the outcome rested on Brussels’ willingness to meet the Prime Minister’s demands.

“Ironically, the concessions that Cameron wants are precisely the issues that the new Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn says are the sort of tie-breaker”, said Williams.

The prime minister also didn’t rule out future drone strikes targeting British jihadist militants fighting for IS, such as Jihadi John, who is responsible for beheading a number of British hostages. “I’ve just got to get on with it…it’s bloody hard work”, he has been quoted as saying by the Guardian.

Despite this, numerous members could be seen openly flaunting their passes as the protestors gathered.

He said it was essential to meet the terrorist threat facing the UK.

Following the crises that have rocked Europe, Mr Duncan Smith told the Guardian: “We are getting a better hearing because people are waking up to these things”.

Mr Cameron today confirms that the Special Forces will be given a huge cash injection to ensure they are properly equipped to fight terrorist forces.

The Survation study found mor e than a third of voters believe Mr Cameron should quit as PM if the United Kingdom votes to leave the European Union, although 40% think that he should stay in post whatever the outcome.

The premier suffered a further blow Thursday when former Chancellor of the Exchequer Nigel Lawson said he’ll lead a campaign for Britain to leave, arguing that Cameron won’t succeed in securing the necessary reforms.

In the e-mail to members, Lord Feldman said: “You may be aware that a protest march planned by the TUC will take place on Sunday the 4th of October to coincide with the start of our Conference”.

There is no mention of the European Union on the official agenda of Britain’s Conservative Party annual conference, but it is the topic that overshadows everything else.

The People’s Assembly Against Austerity movement is organising a week of demonstrations and events in the city under the slogan “Take Back Manchester” throughout the conference, which wraps up on Wednesday.


But Conservatives attending the conference have been advised by the party not to display their accreditation outside the secure area around the Manchester Central venue in case they come under attack. What we try to do is stop people travelling to these regions, confiscate their passports, work with local governments to have them arrested or detained. “I think it may well become possible, but you know we will continue doing what we’re doing until it does”, Cameron said, when asked if he believed he could obtain the consensus needed in order to carryout military action.

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