THERESA May and Donald Trump have agreed that the use of chemical weapons must not go unchallenged after the Prime Minister won the backing of her Cabinet for action to prevent their further use in Syria.

The two leaders also said there was a need “to deter the further use of chemical weapons by the Assad regime”, as they pledged to work together on the international response to the suspected chemical weapons attack.

Meanwhile, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has accused the Government of “waiting for instructions” from the US and that military intervention risks “escalating an already devastating conflict”.

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A TEAM of inspectors from the international chemical weapons watchdog is due to begin an investigation into a suspected chemical weapons attack near the Syrian capital Damascus.

It comes amid Western threats of retaliation and Russian warnings of the potential for “a dangerous escalation” in the area.

The fact-finding mission from the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons was expected to head to Douma, where the suspected attack took place and where Russia said rebels had now capitulated to government control.

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SIR Cliff Richard is preparing to give evidence at a High Court trial after suing the BBC.

The 77-year-old singer has taken legal action over coverage of a raid on his home following a sex-assault allegation.

BBC bosses dispute his claims.

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HIGH Court judge’s ruling on litigation featuring two businessmen who want Google to stop linking their names to media reports about past crimes will have implications for everyone, a lawyer says.

The two men both say their convictions are legally “spent” and that they have been rehabilitated.

They argue that they have a right to be forgotten, but Google bosses disagree.

Mr Justice Warby has analysed issues at two High Court trials in London.

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He is due to publish a ruling on Friday.