British MP Matthew Offord of the Conservative party said Tuesday he believes Boris Johnson’s government will follow President Trump’s lead and withdraw from the 2015 nuclear deal between Iran and world powers.
Speaking to i24NEWS after Johnson’s victory, the incumbent PM’s fellow Conservative party member Matthew said they are not seeking any sort of military confrontation.
Still, Offord said there is a need for Britain to be “very firm” with Iran, saying he believes the UK will soon join the United States in withdrawing from the 2015 nuclear deal with world powers and reimpose sanctions, a catalyst for the recent wave of escalating tensions.
“We’ve now got to face that the nuclear deal is all but dead,” Offord told Calev Ben-David on The Rundown.
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