We have the proof. Unwanted foreign, military/jihad intervention, against government. London is an example of this.
However, when asked whether the British military should get involved in the country if it results in conflict with Russia, Britons are more evenly split.
Some 41% would support UK involvement, while 38% would oppose it.
Some 51% say the UK has such a responsibility, while 31% say it does not.
Younger voters are more likely to support military intervention even if it means conflict with Russia.
Those aged 18-34 back British intervention by 54% to 28%, while those aged 55 or older oppose intervention if it risks conflict with Russia by 45% to 30%.
:: Sky Data interviewed a nationally representative sample of 1,162 Sky customers by SMS on 6 April 2017. Data are weighted to the profile of the population.
No one said the Ulaks had a clue, they are even against adult sex. ‘Such then is the Under-Arch.
British Utopia awaits: