Shared November 13, 2019
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Boris Johnson has warned Jeremy Corbyn is "naive to the point of being dangerous" after he suggested the former Isis leader should have been arrested and not killed.
The Prime Minister lambasted Mr Corbyn's earlier comments on the death of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, in which the Labour leader said that "if it’s possible to arrest somebody and put them on trial, then that is what should have been done".
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