Syria air strikes: MPs to hold second emergency debate

MPs will consider Parliament's role in approving military action in Syria later after Theresa May authorised air strikes without consulting them.
The emergency debate was secured by Jeremy Corbyn, who accused the PM of by-passing Parliament.
Mrs May defended her decision during six hours of debate on Monday.
She said there was evidence the Assad government was behind the chemical weapons attack in Douma and it was "legally right" to join the strikes.
Labour leader Mr Corbyn said the decision to authorise air strikes without Parliament's approval set a precedent for possible, more... read more

 
17 April 2018 in Regional, Views: 70
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