The Prime Minister has told the Commons that, in his view, Vladimir Putin has already committed a “war crime”.
“What we have seen already from Vladimir Putin’s regime in the use of munitions that they have been dropping on innocent civilians already qualifies as a war crime,” he said at Wednesday’s PMQs.
The Ukrainian ambassador to the UK was given a standing ovation and cheered loudly by MPs after Speaker Sir Lindsay Hoyle confirmed he was in the chamber for Prime Minister’s Questions.
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