Macron aides brand Boris 'opportunist' for signing security pact with Australia

9/19/2021 11:16:00 PM

EMMANUEL Macron was fuming with Boris Johnson yesterday as his diplomatic spat intensified. The French president’s aides branded the PM an “opportunist” for signing a nuclear submarine pact with th…

Afghanistan and climate are high on the agenda, and the PM will make a speech at the UN.He said last night: “My message to those I meet this week will be clear. Future generations will judge us based on what we achieve in coming months.”Newly appointed

has defended the agreement, stating “shows our readiness to be hard-headed in defending our interests and challenging unfair practices and malign acts”.Writing inthe Telegraphshe said: “Freedoms need to be defended, so we are also building strong security ties around the world.

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all macron is doing is sending the 3rd world over here day and night . disgusting , the country needs to wake up . we are being shat on . by BorisJohnson for some reason I also look at the hair dye. Lol Do we care what Macron & his aides think? French intelligence agencies so weak not to hear about collapsing contracts. Macron is laughing stock of the world. Weak French President - Biden won’t take Macrons phone call yet & making him wait.

Bless we know who our Prime Minister is, thank you. :)

Boris orders Tory turkey Michael Gove to save Christmas from food and toy crisisPictures of empty shop shelves are emerging all over the country and we face a festive flop for a second year, after the PM pulled the plug on 2020 get-togethers at the last minute

Boris Johnson is blasted over 'casual' approach to national securityParliament's joint committee on the national security strategy cited the fall of Afghanistan as proof that the system of dealing with risks was already 'inadequate to the task'.

Boris must act now to save us from another miserable ChristmasKEEPING people fed and homes warm is the priority for any government. So the massive spike in energy prices that is threatening severe food shortages is deeply alarming. The soaring costs will have… Like resign? Any Christmas will be miserable under the Conservative tea party I have seen no shortages that are of any importance. And where there have been a few the stocks have been replenished a day or two later. Why the scaremongering?

Making waves in the Pacific: how Boris Johnson’s Global Britain went rogueDefence pact with Australia and the US increases chance of confrontation with China and spurs nuclear proliferation You can make a case without all the ad hominem. It always takes two to go to war and strong defence capabilities are necessary to protect against Chinese over reach. Something has to be done and the organizations in which France and Germany are present do not work. Or

Boris Johnson will fly to the US TODAY to warn Joe Biden about climateThe Prime Minister will host a meeting on climate change at the United Nations tomorrow and address the UN General Assembly in the US. A phone call to the white house could have saved the tax payer from meeting this unnecessary expense, when most families are rearing from the worst...oh wait, Covid is still here with us. Fly? Does Joe not know how to use a telephone? Weird. so many jokes in on sentence👍

Boris Johnson is blasted over 'casual' approach to national securityParliament's joint committee on the national security strategy cited the fall of Afghanistan as proof that the system of dealing with risks was already 'inadequate to the task'. The cunning Great Britain has always been able to play well on the contradictions of other states and has benefited from this for itself. City security is more concerning! Extra police for crime is required after all the cuts the last decade. Thankfully the border is not quite as chaotic & unpoliced as the US, but still a worry.

Chloe Sims’ rarely-seen daughter Madison appears in sweet Towie family scene Afghanistan and climate are high on the agenda, and the PM will make a speech at the UN. He said last night: “My message to those I meet this week will be clear. Future generations will judge us based on what we achieve in coming months.” Newly appointed has defended the agreement, stating “shows our readiness to be hard-headed in defending our interests and challenging unfair practices and malign acts”. Writing in the Telegraph she said: “Freedoms need to be defended, so we are also building strong security ties around the world. “That is why last week the Prime Minister announced, alongside our friends President Biden and Prime Minister Morrison, the creation of a new security partnership called Aukus. “It shows our commitment to security and stability in the Indo-Pacific region. “The Prime Minister highlighted the vital strategic importance of that region when he set out his vision for Global Britain... earlier this year”. She added that Britain is positioning itself “at the heart of a network of economic, diplomatic and security partnerships” and pledged that the weekend will be “the start of an autumn where Global Britain plants its flag on the world stage”. Ms Truss believes that the UK is “partnering with like-minded countries to build coalitions based on shared values and shared interests” and the deal could “create hundreds of new and high-skilled jobs, from the shipyards of Govan to the factories of Tyneside.” 4 Macron is furious after a multi-billion dollar deal with the Australians for subs was cancelled Credit: Crown Copyright 2009 It will be another headache for Joe Biden as pressure mounts on the embattled president Credit: Getty Boris Johnson outlines new 'AUKUS' submarine deal​ which will enable ​Australia acquire US nuclear-powered submarines We pay for your stories! Do you have a story for The Sun news desk? Email us at