Putin could goal two UK cities after ‘sleepy village’ air worries for nuclear conflict

Vladimir Putin could have two UK cities in his sights as a “sleepy village” fear they’re prime of the Russian president’s nuclear goal record.

The despot was beforehand tipped to focus on Brize Norton, the Oxfordshire-based village which has lower than 1,000 residents. A detailed proximity to RAF base Brize Norton means the village is a hotspot for enemy spies, Professor Anthony Glees claimed.

An additional two targets for Putin’s bombs had been aired by the knowledgeable, who beforehand advised Brize Norton residents had been proper to fret in regards to the potential for nuclear conflict as the bottom housed Trident’s nuclear weapons.

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Despot Putin’s eyes could also be throughout three quiet spots within the UK

Profess Glees tipped two areas within the south of England as spots for Putin to drop bombs. A base in Suffolk and one other spot in Hertfordshire could be prime targets for the warmonger’s missiles.

Those positioned at Northwood Headquarters in Eastbury, Hertfordshire could be “protected by massive underground tunnels and bomb shelters”. The base, which has been in operation since 1939, homes the Strategic Command for the UK’s armed providers.

But these in Brize Norton and different potential goal Lakenheath, Suffolk, “won’t have” the posh of bomb-proof bunkers and underground escapes.

Northwood Headquarters
Northwood Headquarters might additionally face the wrath of Putin, however is fitted with underground bunkers (inventory)

RAF Lakenheath was beforehand tipped to be the house of nuclear weapons owned by the United States. Should the plan go forward, it might entice the pursuits of spies from enemy states, or the crosshairs of Putin’s nuclear strikes.

But Professor Glees believes it’s the “absence” of nuclear weapons on the bases which would go away locals in a extra harmful spot than having the world-ending missiles of their again yard.

He warned: “It’s not the presence of nuclear weapons that we should be worrying about, it’d be their absence.” Should they be scrapped, Profess Glees fearful the nation would “be a Russian satellite state the day after” their elimination.

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