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Originally posted by Silicis n Volvo
David Cameron said that there does not need to be UN backing for military action to take place as long as said action saves lives. So if the vote goes in favour of it i'd say its a done deal.
IF the man had any courage ...(and our leaders are no better)... then the vote would be on whether to authorize an SAS team to perform an extraordinary rendition on one Bashar Al Assad for trial before the ICC and World Court.
IF they think they have a case, then put money where mouth runs right now and make it to the court who really exists for this. ONE Rendition beats 10,000 dead conscript soldiers and civilians.
Originally posted by Senduko
How Odd, i'm sure I heard on the news they where saying there won't be a vote today.
Parliament has been recalled for an emergency debate on the crisis in Syria and MPs will vote at 10pm tonight on the Government's motion.