Parliament Votes to Do Nothing

SYRIA-VOTE

David Cameron lost the vote on the principle of military action in Syria.  He accepted the will of parliament, “I believe in respecting the will of the House of Commons. The British people do not want to see military action. I get that”. He failed to convince his own backbenchers that it was in the national interest…


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