U.K. Prime Minister May: links with Saudi Arabia have saved British lives

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March 7, 2018 14:26
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Prime Minister Theresa May defended Britain's links to defense and security ally Saudi Arabia in parliament on Wednesday, saying cooperation had helped save the lives of hundreds of people.

"The link that we have with Saudi Arabia is historic, it is an important one, and it has saved the lives of potentially hundreds of people in this country," May said in response to a question from opposition Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn.

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