UKIP leader Paul Nuttall has said that recent British foreign policy has been ‘one act of madness after the other’, and that ‘our interventions in the past have helped radicalise people, and have in many cases acted as a recruiting sergeant for these extreme organisations’.
‘I think the war in Iraq was nonsensical and based obviously on bad intelligence’.
‘I think us going into Libya made no sense either, considering that we all pretty much knew that what was going to come after Gaddafi was going to be even worse’.
‘And if certain elements of the House of Commons had their way, then we would be in Syria now and we would be bogged down in an even bigger war’.
These comments come after Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn faced heavy criticism for suggesting a link between UK foreign policy and domestic terrorism.
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