US-North Korea Nuclear War ‘Would Kill Millions’ Warns Corbyn

NORTH Korea’s standoff with the United States has been condemned by Jeremy Corbyn who has urged both nations to “ratchet down the rhetoric” as he fears a nuclear war could “kill millions”.

As the war of words between the US and North Korea becomes increasingly aggressive, the Labour leader condemned threats of a nuclear war.

During a visit to Cornwall,  said:

“The idea that anyone can kind of contemplate using nuclear weapons at any stage against anybody is unthinkable.

“There is no such thing as an isolated nuclear attack.

“It would kill millions on both sides of the Korean border and of course in neighbouring countries.”

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Articles by: Laura Mowat

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