On Cambridge Analytica Case
Speaking on Cambridge Analytica, Theresa May said that the case should be properly investigated. She added that the UK government has no contracts with the company of its parent company.
"What we have seen in Cambridge Analytica, the allegations are clearly very concerning, it is absolutely right that they should be properly investigated," May told parliament.
Theresa May addressed the issue of the humanitarian situation in Syria, amid violations of the ceasefire by militants in the Damascus suburb of East Ghouta. She said that the UK stressed the necessity to ensure that civilians are protected and that humanitarian aid is delivered to the suburb.
The statement comes amid a humanitarian operation in East Ghouta. The Russian Defense Ministry said that as of Tuesday, about 80,000 people, including children, have left the embattled Damascus suburb. The evacuation became possible following the introduction of a daily five-hour humanitarian break proposed by Russia.
The resolution, passed by the UN Security Council in February, calls on all parties to the conflict to stop hostilities and adhere to a long-term humanitarian ceasefire for at least 30 days across the entire Syrian territory in order to ensure the safe and unhindered delivery of humanitarian aid supplies, as well as the medical evacuation of injured people.