British Prime Minister David Cameron, left, and French President Francois Hollande stand backdropped by a model of a concept design for a future unmanned combat air vehicle as they wait for memorandums of understandings and an agreement to be signed before the start of their press conference at their one-day summit at the RAF Brize Norton air base in Brize Norton, England, Friday, Jan. 31, 2014. The one-day summit covered military cooperation, including talks over armed drones, anti-ship missiles, and underwater mine detectors, as well as a joint Franco-British force of 10,000 soldiers due to be formed in the next few years. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham)

UK’s Drone Killing Program ‘Shrouded In Secrecy And Beyond Accountability’

The UK has come in for significant criticism over its targeted killing program after it was revealed that in August, RAF-controlled drones killed two Britons suspected to have been fighting alongside Daesh.