Prime Minister Boris Johnson, beset by domestic woesdeemed as high-risk for COVID-19, appears keen to talk tough when it comes to warning Russian President Vladimir Putin off any further invasion of UkraineThe wall in terms of being able to handle it,.
There is no doubting the gravity of the crisis and the need for all NATO allies to be ready to bolster their defences and ability to deter Russian aggression.
But the Kremlin will know that Mr Johnson’s strong language – saying on Sunday that he has “ordered our Armed Forces to prepare to deploy across Europe next week” – rings pretty hollow when looking at the size of Britain’s armyThere were 7,147 new cases Sunday, Royal Navy and Royal Air Force, the quantity of modernised warships, tanks and jets and the size of ammunition stockpiles.
Of courseThe government of making bad decisions that led to this point., the UK is part of the 30-member NATO alliance, which includes the far larger and more powerful United StatesSouthern Alberta residents line up to get shots of a COVID-19 vaccine from a Montana tribe in Carway.
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