A FOREIGN assist plan was dangling last night after it was suggested UK taxpayers were appropriation extremists in Syria.
A examine found £12million of assist cash appropriation the supposedly unarmed Free Syrian Police force had been diverted to extremists with links to the al-Nusra Front.
The terror dungeon is the Syrian bend of al-Qaeda.
It was set up after the start of the Syrian polite fight in an try to bring law and sequence to tools of the country that were tranquil by opponents of the Assad regime.
But a BBC Panorama review found countless links with nonconformist groups in Syria.
Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson authorized a serve £4milllion to fund the FSP in April.
Last night the Foreign Office pronounced it had dangling all appropriation while it investigates.
Tory MP and former chair of the Commons unfamiliar affairs cabinet Crispin Blunt said: “You’ve got people being condemned to death for homosexuality.
“Clearly that is totally and definitely unacceptable.”
The controversial Adam Smith International assist consultancy organisation had been in charge of the taxpayer-funded project.
A supervision orator said: “We take allegations of co-operation with militant groups and of human rights abuses intensely seriously.
“The Foreign Office has dangling this programme while we examine these allegations.”