It’s deeply worrying that Iran has decided to partially withdraw from the 2015 nuclear deal. It’s vital now that the British government works with our partners in the European Union and United Nations to get this deal back on track in the pursuit of a nuclear free world.
— Fabian Hamilton (@FabianLeedsNE) May 8, 2019
Short-sighted US sanctions have inflicted much pain on ordinary Iranian citizens – this is reckless diplomacy. Iran is a destabilising influence in the region, & the nuclear deal isn't perfect, but it's an extraordinary int'l agreement & we must stop it from unravelling. #JCPOA pic.twitter.com/pOQSkzTG3M
— Jo Swinson (@joswinson) May 8, 2019
The Iran nuclear deal was one of the greatest diplomatic achievements of the current century. Those trying to destroy it risk triggering one of this century's biggest catastrophes. pic.twitter.com/wteVofqb0E
— Emily Thornberry (@EmilyThornberry) May 8, 2019
In our most recent report on 'Rising nuclear risk, disarmament and the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty' we had this to say about the Iran nuclear deal/#JCPOA. Read more on Iran, and other nuclear challenges, in the full report: https://t.co/Ry9LqbYThJ pic.twitter.com/gUYVfL8x1T
— Lords International Relations & Defence Committee (@LordsIRCom) May 8, 2019