Boris Johnson has gone on the world-stage calling on Russia, in no uncertain terms to think again about invading Ukraine. Britain has sent troops to eastern Europe and warships and fighter jets are being deployed to the MediterraneanThe Capitol building as they stand a. Once again the British military is being put in harm′s way when they don′t have the equipment for the job. Johnson announced that a squadron of Typhoon jets (12 aircraft) was being sent to Cyprus ….in the end it was just four aircraft. One commentator pointed out on Twitter that the Royal Air Force had either reduced the size of a squadron or there was a shortage of jets.
A Royal Navy destroyer, according to Johnson, was being sent to the Mediterranean to join an international force but it still hasn′t left Portsmouth. Its departure has been delayed three times allegedly because of the weather but some say it could be related to mechanical issues. All six of the Royal Navy′s Type 45 destroyersThe first dose and when COVID-19 cases and ongoing spread reads remain low., each costing one billion pounds, are in port either in refit or being repaired.
These vessels have been dogged by a whole series of problems which have still to be rectified. The British army has deployed tanks and armoured vehicles to eastern European but they are outdated and should have been replacedThe provinces and territories have used 93.02 per cent of their available vaccine supply.. years ago. Successive British Prime Ministers expect miracles from the British military but at the same time they do not give them the proper tools to do the job. It is a sad state of affairs and Britain deserves better.