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British Defence Defence Sec scrambles to Washington over fears that Putin is about to detonate a deadly nuclear warhead over the Black Sea.

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FEARS are growing that Vladimir Putin will launch a nuclear show of force by detonating a deadly warhead over the Black Sea.

Defence Secretary Ben Wallace dashed to Washington for crisis talks yesterday amid mounting concern that Mad Vlad’s finger is inching toward the trigger.

A security source told The Sun: “The threat has increased recently.”

Mr Wallace cancelled giving evidence to MPs at short notice to head to the US capital to talk to his American counterparts.

And British Armed Forces Minister James Heappey admitted yesterday “we are at a time when these sorts of conversations are necessary”.

The scare comes as the Russian tyrant continued to be humiliated with his troops being pummelled by Ukrainian forces.

Western officials warn Putin and his generals are growing increasingly desperate amid seismic battlefield losses in Ukraine and “significant failures of military leadership”.

Putin said last month that Moscow was ready to use nuclear weapons to defend its “territorial integrity”.

And US President Joe Biden has warned that the world is closer to Armageddon than at any time since the 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis.

In a fresh bout of sabre-rattling yesterday, Putin’s spokesman warned that newly annexed parts of Ukraine could be defended by nuclear weapons.

Dmitry Peskov told reporters: “All these territories are inalienable parts of the Russian Federation and they are all protected. Their security is provided for at the same level as the rest of Russia’s territory.”





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