Cameron wants to launch air strikes against terrorists of the Islamic state
The Prime Minister of England David Cameron wants to launch air strikes against terrorists of the Islamic state in Syria in the coming week. But the government has not secured the support of Parliament. Not to mention the fact that the requirements of the policy creates a secondary job for the government.
The Prime Minister of England David Cameron is going to get a mandate from Parliament to conduct military operations in Syria. In the case of the consent of air strikes on the positions of the terrorists the British air force can begin as early as the coming week. However, the Minister of defence of England, Michael Fallon announced that the government powers have yet to receive Parliament's support for bombing of Islamic state (activity is prohibited in Russia). "Not yet, we're working on it, and we need to continue this work" - quoted by TASS referring to "Bi-bi-si". The view was also expressed that the requirements of Cameron on the basis of attacks in the coming week create additional work for the government.
Days.Roux wrote that the government of England published the strategic review of the Ministry of defence of the Kingdom in the field of security. According to the document, the government expects to invest a substantial amount in the modernization of the nuclear shield of the country.
So, in the foreseeable future for these purposes the authorities of the power will spend about 47 billion dollars. A large part of this amount will be spent on building new submarines. They will be equipped with nuclear weapons.