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Why is the Government not acting with the speed needed to attack the UK-based oligarchs?

Justice is faster

HAMMERING UK-based Russian oligarchs are an urgent weapon against Putin.

Why is the Government not acting at the speed it needs?

The government must act at a rapid pace to defeat the Russian oligarchs based in the UK

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The government must act at a rapid pace to defeat the Russian oligarchs based in the UKCredit: AFP

The EU has sanctioned 25 cases. It is our way forward.

We know Downing Street stymied by the prospect of legal cases in London courts – and grasping lawyers remain available to represent Putin’s best friend.

But unless Whitehall’s slow legal teams pull point out these tycoons will run away with their billions of dollars before we have a chance to arrest them.

Naturally, they would have to live their years in an economic wasteland cut off from the rest of the world. But still.

Boris Johnson deserves credit for handling the Ukraine disaster, for championing crippling sanctions Kremlin regime and the aid he poured into the resistance.

His government is still too slow to track down the madman’s accomplices.

Monsters Inc

NOT that Putin would care, but his folly has only four supporters globally: Three other vile dictators and his puppet in Belarus.

They have no shame.

Alexander Lukashenko - Putin's puppet in Belarus

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Alexander Lukashenko – Putin’s puppet in BelarusCredit: Reuters

But let’s not ignore those countries that abstained in yesterday’s historic vote as the rest of the United Nations vehemently condemned Brutal Ukraine.

What else is there to stir China, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and South Africa from their indifference to a gangster state massacring its neighbors in a gratuitous war to rob its own country? surname?

Some of them still receive UK foreign aid. Let’s end it.

And India is one of our great hopes for future free trade and close friendship.

However, it refuses to criticize Putin, its main arms supplier, even as he threatens the world with nuclear war.

A simple chance to do the right thing. India failed.

Get drill

THE Tories’ surrender on fracking always makes little sense. Now it doesn’t make no.

In this uncertain new world with soaring gas prices, we must remove ourselves from expensive imports, as the EU must end its dependence on Russia.

Shale gas looks plentiful beneath our feet that could propel us on our journey towards Net Zero

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Shale gas looks plentiful beneath our feet that could propel us on our journey towards Net ZeroCredit: PA: Press Association

Shale gas looks plentiful beneath our feet that could hold us through in our journey towards Net Zero.

Producing it will be greener and cheaper than using imports – and ensure energy security.

Instead, Business Minister Kwasi Kwarteng put his faith in the North Sea, stopping the cracking behavior and taking intellectual actions to try to justify it.

We would be more respectful if he only admitted that the Government was too scared to fight the eco-corridor and its monstrously exaggerated safety concerns.

Germany is changing its energy strategy. So do we.

Downing Street had to deal with scaremongers and turn heads.

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