Russia entering ’dangerous phase of war’ as Putin ‘prepared to bomb anything’


Ukraine has accused Russian forces of shelling a drama theatre in Mariupol on Wednesday where hundreds of people had reportedly sought refuge. Local officials have said residents are buried under the rubble following the bombing, but the number of casualties remains unclear. LBC radio host Nick Ferrari warned the blast could mark a “very dangerous” phase of the conflict during Thursday’s instalment of This Morning. 

Speaking to hosts Alison Hammond and Phillip Schofield about the shelling, Nick stated: “This could actually mark a very dangerous phase of the war because a lot of commentators are suggesting that Putin now is effectively lashing out. 

“Anyone can deduce that it’s not moved at the pace he thought, he thought by now he would have control of Ukraine and have his puppet government in position and the world would be ready to move on. 

“But the world has responded with an extraordinary sense of unity and it is thought [Putin] is prepared to bomb just about anything.” 

More to follow… 

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