UK vows tougher action on piracy
- Wednesday 26 January 2011, 14:14
UK SHIPOWNERS will be able to use “every force” needed in order to combat piracy, shipping minister Mike Penning has told the industry.Speaking to a UK ports audience, Mr Penning said: “In a perfect world we would not dream of having armed security people on board ships, but we do not live...
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