PM warns voters that Jeremy Corbyn would put 'Britain's security at stake'

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Boris Johnson has warned voters Jeremy Corbyn is a national security risk who would put 'Britain's security at stake' due to his history of backing IRA and terrorist groups.

The PM launched an excoriating attack on the Labour leader today, claiming that every time Mr Corbyn has the chance he 'always sides with the enemy.'

'He spent the long years of the Cold War basically on the other side,' Mr Johnson told The Sun ahead of the second day of the Nato summit in London. 

The PM launched an excoriating attack on the Labour leader today, claiming that every time Mr Corbyn has the chance he 'always sides with the enemy'. 'He spent the long years of the Cold War basically on the other side,' Mr Johnson said ahead of the second day of the Nato summit

The PM launched an excoriating attack on the Labour leader today, claiming that every time Mr Corbyn has the chance he 'always sides with the enemy'. 'He spent the long years of the Cold War basically on the other side,' Mr Johnson said ahead of the second day of the Nato summit

With opinion polls narrowing between the Tories and Labour, Mr Johnson said the prospect of Mr Corbyn makes the UK's closest allies 'very anxious' because he said he cannot be trust with secret intelligence

With opinion polls narrowing between the Tories and Labour, Mr Johnson said the prospect of Mr Corbyn makes the UK's closest allies 'very anxious' because he said he cannot be trust with secret intelligence

With opinion polls narrowing between the Tories and Labour, Mr Johnson said the prospect of Mr Corbyn makes the UK's closest allies 'very anxious' because he said he cannot be trust with secret intelligence.  

Mr Johnson hosts a summit of Nato's 29 leaders including Germany's Angela Merkel, Frances Emmanuel Macron, Turkey's Recep Tayyip Erdoğan as well as Mr .     

He said: 'Nato is an organisation that Corbyn has said he wants to disband. I am a proud believer in the Transatlantic Alliance, the alliance between the UK and America.

'In 70 years it has proved it is absolutely vital for our collective security. I think you have to stick up for this country and defend it. You have to take a stand and you have to stick up for British values.

'I don't think it is to be strong to want to disband Nato, to want to scrap MI5, which is the agency that keeps us safe — and to kow-tow to people who mean us harm. That is a huge, huge mistake.'

The PM added that there was the chance Britain's allies would not share intelligence with a Corbyn-led government. 

Mr Corbyn was blasted last year after it emerged he laid a wreath in Tunisia to apparently commemorate Palestinian terrorists who killed 11 Israeli athletes at the 1972 Munich Olympics. 

Mr Corbyn was blasted last year after it emerged he laid a wreath in Tunisia to apparently commemorate Palestinian terrorists who killed 11 Israeli athletes at the 1972 Munich Olympics

Mr Corbyn was blasted last year after it emerged he laid a wreath in Tunisia to apparently commemorate Palestinian terrorists who killed 11 Israeli athletes at the 1972 Munich Olympics

Mr Johnson hosts a summit of Nato's 29 leaders including Germany's Angela Merkel, Frances Emmanuel Macron, Turkey's Recep Tayyip Erdoğan as well as Mr Trump

Mr Johnson hosts a summit of Nato's 29 leaders including Germany's Angela Merkel, Frances Emmanuel Macron, Turkey's Recep Tayyip Erdoğan as well as Mr

He was also slammed for his tepid reaction to the poisoning on UK soil of Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia in Salisbury in March 2018, widely believed to have been a Russian state-sponsored attack. 

President Donald arrived in the UK last night for a crunch Nato summit, hours after Jeremy Corbyn blamed him for inspiring the deadly terror attack on London Bridge.

Mr Corbyn was accused of using the language of Osama bin Laden after ignoring pleas avoid politicising the atrocity to tear into the US president.

President's itinerary for three-day UK visit

Last night : Mr is due to land at an airport in London

Today : Mr will attend a reception at Buckingham Palace with the Queen to welcome Nato leaders

Tomorrow : Nato summit

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