PM accuses Corbyn of ‘siding with our enemies’ as world leaders arrive for Nato summit

Boris Johnson has issued a stinging criticism of Jeremy Corbyn’s security record by accusing him of siding with “our enemies” as world leaders arrive in the UK for a two-day Nato summit.

The Conservative Party leader has blasted his election rival for his approach to Nato, which is marking its 70th anniversary, and to the threat of Russia.

In an interview with The Sun, the Tory leader said the UK’s closest allies were “very anxious” about Mr Corbyn being elected to Number 10 and accused him of being “naive” to the terror risk…
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