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Theresa May has indicated that Britain will keep up the pressure on President Assad following the US withdrawal from Syria in a Christmas message to the Armed Forces.

The Prime Minister said Britain had sent “a message to the Assad regime that we will not stand by while chemical weapons are used”.

President Trump caught western allies by surprise last week when he announced on Twitter that Isil had been defeated in Syria and there was no need to keep US servicemen and women deployed there.

His decision was widely condemned by US allies.

Mrs May chose to highlight Britain’s ongoing contribution in Syria, where the RAF has carried out thousands of sorties to strike Isil targets on the ground over...

Theresa May has indicated that Britain will keep up the pressure on President Assad following the US withdrawal from Syria in a Christmas message to the Armed Forces.

The Prime Minister said Britain had sent “a message to the Assad regime that we will not stand by while chemical weapons are used”.

President Trump caught western allies by surprise last week when he announced on Twitter that Isil had been defeated in Syria and there was no need to keep US servicemen and women deployed there.

His decision was widely condemned by US allies.

Mrs May chose to highlight Britain’s ongoing contribution in Syria, where the RAF has carried out thousands of sorties to strike Isil targets on the ground over...

Theresa May has indicated that Britain will keep up the pressure on President Assad following the US withdrawal from Syria in a Christmas message to the Armed Forces.

The Prime Minister said Britain had sent “a message to the Assad regime that we will not stand by while chemical weapons are used”.

President Trump caught western allies by surprise last week when he announced on Twitter that Isil had been defeated in Syria and there was no need to keep US servicemen and women deployed there.

His decision was widely condemned by US allies.

Mrs May chose to highlight Britain’s ongoing contribution in Syria, where the RAF has carried out thousands of sorties to strike Isil targets on the ground over...

Theresa May has indicated that Britain will keep up the pressure on President Assad following the US withdrawal from Syria in a Christmas message to the Armed Forces.

The Prime Minister said Britain had sent “a message to the Assad regime that we will not stand by while chemical weapons are used”.

President Trump caught western allies by surprise last week when he announced on Twitter that Isil had been defeated in Syria and there was no need to keep US servicemen and women deployed there.

His decision was widely condemned by US allies.

Mrs May chose to highlight Britain’s ongoing contribution in Syria, where the RAF has carried out thousands of sorties to strike Isil targets on the ground over...