Perhaps Theresa May will succeed where Napoleon and Hitler failed:
Britain is sending hundreds of soldiers and hardware to Russia’s borders as part of a huge military deployment. A total of 800 troops, drones and tanks are moving to Estonia next spring, Defence Secretary Michael Fallon said.
The move is part of the biggest military build up of NATO troops on Russia’s borders since the Cold War.
Mr Fallon said the deployment of the battalion, supported by French and Danish troops, will start from May 2017.
800 whole troops. It raises an obvious question: if Britain invaded Russia in 2017, would the Russians even notice?
After all, the British are being invaded by more migrants from the Calais jungle alone than that. Perhaps the British are thinking that if they tell the Russians their soldiers are refugees, Putin will surrender.