Syrian president Bashar al-Assad drew up a kill list of 25 Britons who had joined ISIS and now 14 of them are dead

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad drew up a ‘kill list’ which listed for assassination dozens of Britons accused of joining ISIS.

And the list included some 25 Britons – 14 of whom are already dead.

President Assad is reported to have handed his dossier of killings to two Conservative MPs – David Davis, the former shadow home affairs spokesman, and Adam Holloway, according to The Telegraph.

Among those thought to be named in the list include Reyaad Khan, 21, from Cardiff, who was killed by a US drone last year.