Although the initial British reaction was generally positive, as the population expected war, it quickly became angry. Despite the royal patronage – Chamberlain was greeted as a hero by the royal family and invited to the balcony of Buckingham Palace before submitting the agreement to Parliament – the opposition was present from the start, and Clement Attlee and the Labour Party rejected the deal in alliance with what had previously been seen as the hard and reactionary element of the Conservative party ABA. Unlike Chamberlain, Daladier was under no illusions about Hitler`s ultimate goals. Indeed, at a meeting at the end of April 1938, he told the British that Hitler`s real goal was to finally ensure “a domination of the continent against which Napoleon`s ambitions were weak.” He continued: “Today it is Czechoslovakia`s turn. Tomorrow it will be the turn of Poland and Romania. If Germany has received the oil and wheat it needs, it will light up the West. Certainly, we must step up our efforts to avoid wars. But this will not be done if Britain and France do not stick together, intervene in Prague for further concessions, while declaring that they will retain the independence of Czechoslovakia. On the contrary, if Western forces return to capitulating, they will only break out the war they want to avoid.  Nevertheless, perhaps discouraged by the pessimistic and defeatist attitude of military and civilian members of the French government, and traumatized by the bloodshed of France during the First World War, which he personally experienced as a witness, Daladier Chamberlain eventually made his way. On his return to Paris, Daladier, who was waiting for a hostile crowd, was cheered. Then he said to his assistant Alexis Léger: “Ah, the idiots!”  However, the leader of the British Conservative Party, Winston Churchill, rejected the agreement.
Alarmed by the rapid spread of fascism throughout Europe, Churchill argued that no level of diplomatic concessions would appease Hitler`s imperialist appetite. Neville Chamberlain, a proponent of appeasement, sought to ratify britain`s Munich agreement and ordered the British media not to release news of Hitler`s conquests. Despite the growing public outcry against it, Chamberlain confidently announced that the Munich agreement had guaranteed “peace in our time,” which obviously did not exist. Conservatives and allies of Merkel`s SPD also know that their former opponents of World War II have, more often than not, overtaken their suspended part of German militarism, but that public opinion tends to look inward. The Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), signed on 14 July 2015, is an agreement between Iran and the permanent members of the UN Security Council – China, France, Russia, Britain, the United States, Germany and the European Union – that will be referred to Iran`s nuclear development programme. Since the late 1980s, Iran has been suspected of using its nuclear program as a smokescreen to develop nuclear weapons. The Munich Agreement (Czech: Mnichovska dohoda); in Slovak: Mnechovska dohoda; Munich Agreement) was an agreement on the Sudetenland crisis between the major European powers after a conference in Munich in 1938 that was signed on 30 September. The aim of the conference was to discuss the future of Czechoslovakia in the face of the territorial demands of the German dictator Adolf Hitler.