UK politicians are showing bipartisanship in opposing Russia's invasion of Ukraine, with Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Labour leader Keir Starmer saying that Putin should face trial for war crimes in relation to the conflict.
Rishi Sunak, the UK's Chancellor, expressed hopes of seeing the first indictments in the Hague related to the invasion.
The UK announced a new training program for jet fighter pilots and marines as continued support of Ukraine.
The Ukrainian President, Volodymyr Zelensky, is in London to discuss the nation's strategy moving forward with UK politicians.
Rishi Sunak expressed hopes of seeing the first ICC indictments related to Russia's invasion of Ukraine soon, speaking of support for the court with President Zelensky at their meeting.
Both Sunak and Starmer expressed their support of Ukraine in Prime Minister's Questions, with Starmer noting that "every time Putin has been appeased, he's been back for more".
The UK's new training program for Ukraine is aimed at ensuring "a decisive military victory on the battlefield this year" against Russia's forces.
The Ukrainian President is on his second trip abroad since Putin's order to invade Ukraine a year ago.
The sources quote distinct perspectives on what type of action should be taken, with The Independent emphasizing the announcement of support for Ukraine compared to the New Statesman's call for Putin to face trial.