Britain has been warned not to 'stir trouble' by Beijing, after announcing that a warship will travel through the disputed South China Sea next month.
Anti-submarine frigate HMS Sutherland will sail through the sea on its way back from Australia, in order to assert freedom-of-navigation rights, British Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson said today.
mr woo, glasgow, United Kingdom, 8 hours ago
Who's kidding who
Unreasonable Kant, scismsville, Svalbard And Jan Mayen, 7 hours ago
You can navigate through, but don't go near their newly claimed territory.
Rory, Dundee Scotland, Mauritania, 6 hours ago
Lol, pathetic England has never gotten over losing its Empire. China would make mincemeat of the spineless English in a day.
David, MILTON KEYNES, 5 hours ago
Caesar99, Amman, Jordan, 6 hours ago
I don't see anything wrong with sailing in international waters. Nobody complains about this but China.
A. Wright-Burke, London Bridge, United Kingdom, 4 hours ago
One out of date destroyer. That'll scare them.
gomerb, Manchester, United Kingdom, 2 hours ago
I wouldn't comment on UK Naval matters if I were you. It's a Frigate!
JimBrowne987, London, United Kingdom, 3 hours ago
GB could not even protect our own waters from the Russian subs.. then these honka honka government officials will stick their noses into south china sea? Pathetic.. very pathetic...
Jay C, Liverpool, United Kingdom, 1 hour ago
China don't own these islands so have no right to tell any government they can't sail through them. We have to let Chinese vessels through the English Channel, so how dare they preach to the world.
Ch, London, United Kingdom, 7 hours ago
China it's not your sea get over it