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BORIS JOHNSON: The sooner we can help Ukraine to victory, the sooner their suffering will be over


Come with me into the ochre mud of the churchyard in Bucha, past the bullet-riddled church of St Andrew. Stand over the graves of some of the 416 inhabitants of this town – 9 of them children – who were shot by the Russians in an attempt to terrify the rest.

Look at the photos of their corpses, their hands tied behind their backs, left in the street to rot or to be eaten by dogs.

Stand with me by the blackened remains of an apartment block in Borodyanka, the twisted plumbing and smashed children’s toys. Look at what just one of Putin’s 500kg airborne bombs can do to an eight-story building.

Try to meet the pleading eyes of the people who pulled 162 corpses from the rubble, and who searched for the 28 whose remains were never found.

Look at those brave Ukrainians and answer me this question: just what the hell are we waiting for?

Volodymyr Zelensky welcomes Boris Johnson in Kyiv on Sunday for a meeting about the conflict in Ukraine

Volodymyr Zelensky welcomes Boris Johnson in Kyiv on Sunday for a meeting about the conflict in Ukraine

The former prime minister, pictured with the Ukrainian president, speaks to students at the Taras Shevchenko National University

The former prime minister, pictured…



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