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@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...6yrs

Yes, but only if there is undeniable evidence they are planning to attack our country

@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...6yrs

@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...6yrs

Yes, but only if there is undeniable evidence they have committed an attack against our country

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@97ZF2PS answered…1 day

The military should make the decision considering individual circumstances.

@97Z4VVF answered…2 days

Yes, but only if the threat to the country is high Although the government will have final say, we should if able consult with our Allies and or make them aware, I.e. Five Eyes, NATO, EU

@97TKM32 answered…1wk

They should be imprisoned in a very high security prison and should not be in a protected prisoners section with no chance of parole if we are absolutely sure they are terrorists with plans to attack

@97T45PZ answered…2wks

Yes but only if there is undeniable evidence they have attacked or are to attack ANY country

@97SDW6G answered…2wks

Yes but they have to have a plan to attack another country or people in any including there own

@97PF82M answered…2wks

If they are a national threat, a problem to allied group and or vulnerable country or region

@97N9574 answered…2wks

No, because I am unsure of the ethics of asserting British law on foreign soil

@97LR76W answered…2wks

were not America, but we do do it less often then them so yeah we can do it as every other country does it.

@97LL6ZQLiberal Democrat answered…3wks

Only if it is a legitimate military action against factions we have declared war on and targets are given notice to surrender.

@97FHFV4Liberal Democrat answered…3wks

Only if there is undeniable evidence of historical or planned attacks.

@97CPZ9F answered…3wks

Honestly depends, like we talking death penalty or? All controversial

@978X527 answered…3wks

you shouldnt kill people you only suspect. but whatever do what u want

@976TK63 answered…3wks

@9757DBN answered…4wks

No, they should be captured, interrogated, given a fair trial, and imprisoned. However if there is an immediate threat to our country or the people of this country, then that threat should be neutralised.

@974V27WConservative answered…4wks

No, but they should be reported to other countries at threat and prohibited from the UK

@974PRZJ answered…4wks

Yes; but only if they have or are going to attack our country and there is strong evidence.

@974PRZJ answered…4wks

@96XWMTN answered…1mo

No, captured and given fair trial unless there is evidence they are planning to hurt anyone

@96WX7QS answered…1mo

If they have committed an attack, then take them in and interrogate and imprison. If they are about to attack and there is an opportunity to prevent this from happening by assassinating them, then yes, take the shot.

@96WRFZ2Labourfrom District of Columbia  answered…1mo

@96VRZVFLibertarian answered…1mo

No, the UK is not the world police. We should stop pretending to be American

@96V9C2W answered…1mo

I think that military action can legitimately be taken in defence of our ourselves and others; that might include assassinations if they might reasonably be believed to prevent attacks.

@96T6Z4H answered…1mo

If they caught said terrorist in the act depending on the circumstances yes, but they shouldn't be killing people without definitive knowledge of what had happened.

@96SVPHP answered…1mo

@96SRMGD answered…1mo

Only if necessary to prevent an imminent threat with no other option.

@96R8L6T answered…1mo

@96QMSNWReclaim Party answered…1mo

@96NPJ5Q answered…1mo

Yes, where there is significant evidence of an immediate risk to others

@96KJQHD answered…1mo

yes but only if there is undeniable evidence they have attacked ( killed) in any country

@96KH7X7 answered…1mo

@96JM2GF answered…1mo

No, they should pool resources and cooperate with foreign countries and take the route those countries allow. I.e if they want imprisonment, then do that.


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