BRITAIN’S new “Lord Haw-Haw” should be stripped of his UK passport for pumping out Russian propaganda, experts said last night.
Expat “journalist” Graham Phillips, 43, is acting as Vladimir Putin’s stooge in Ukraine.
He quizzed captured British soldier Aiden Aslin, 28, this week, branding him a mercenary and asked him why he should escape the death penalty.
MPs yesterday denounced the 44-minute interview with the cuffed and injured Aslin as a “flagrant breach” of the Geneva Convention.
The video was still hosted online by YouTube last night — where Phillips’ channel has 264,000 followers.
Tory MP Robert Jenrick fumed: “By degrading a prisoner of war in this grotesque propaganda video, Phillips is exposing himself to a war crimes prosecution and revocation of his British passport.”
Security expert Col Richard Kemp likened Phillips to British Nazi sympathiser William Joyce, better known as Lord Haw-Haw, who broadcast German propaganda via radio during World War Two.
Joyce was executed in 1946.
Col Kemp said: “He’s being used as a tool by Putin just as Lord Haw-Haw was used by Hitler.”