Unionists should consider consequences of Syria vote

'On a good day with a following wind Britain is likely to contribute six ancient jets to the fray'
Tomorrow it seems David Cameron will set out his case for bombing Syria. He’ll do it in the form of answering questions the Foreign Affairs Select Committee posed and then MPs will assess his ‘plan’. Meanwhile his party whips will try to calculate if he will have a majority so that he can win a vote in the House of Commons. Remember Cameron’s government has a majority of only twelve. With up to thirty of his own Conservative MPs opposed, the SNP and Lib Dems unconvinced, and an unknown number of Labour MPs against as well, our local lot come into play. It’s [...]

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