‘North Korea could bomb LONDON’ Michael Fallon in stark warning over Kim’s nuke plan

Sunday, September 10, 2017
By Paul Martin

NORTH Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un could soon have a ballistic missile capable of bombing London, defence secretary Sir Michael Fallon warned today.

By Dave Speck
10th September 2017

Speaking on the BBC’s Andrew Marr programme he said he was “very concerned” about the missile threats made by the Korean dictator and said: “This involves us!”

He said: “London is closer to North Korea and its missiles than Los Angeles.”

Asked by broadcaster Marr whether he believed North Korea had a ballistic missile capable of hitting London, Sir Michael replied: “Not yet, but they are clearly accelerating their missile programme and their range is getting longer and longer. We have got to get the programme halted!”

Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un yesterday posed with nuclear scientists and technicians who worked on a hydrogen bomb which the regime claimed to have successfully tested at Kumsusan Palace of the Sun in Pyongyang.

Another photo released by the official Korean Central News Agency yesterday shows a music and theatrical performance dedicated to the regime’s nuclear scientists.

Kim has sparked fury across the world in recent months with repeated missile tests, including a recent one that flew over Japanese territory.

Sir Michael said attempts were being made to find a diplomatic solution to stop the nuclear missile programme – and said the dangers of a “miscalculation” triggering a military response against North Korea were “extremely great”.

He said military conflict should be avoided at all costs, adding: “We’re working flat out at the United Nations to get a better resolution there to enforce the existing sanctions, we’re looking at sanctions across the European Union, and of course we’re trying to persuade China to keep its neighbour in check.”

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