* Paul Walter is a Liberal Democrat activist in Newbury and West Berkshire. He is part of the Liberal Democrat Voice team and blogs at Liberal Burblings.
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- Jonathan Fryer 27th Nov - 8:00am
I agree with Paul. Moreover, the risk of collateral damage to the civilian population in Syria from bombing is very high (as if they have...
- Richard 27th Nov - 7:49am
There is no part of the prime minister's case for bombing in Syria that makes sense. To take one small example on page 13 of...
- Tim Hill 27th Nov - 1:21am
Go on. Tell us :-)
- Huw Dawson 26th Nov - 11:37pm
I am deeply unhappy about our likely involvement in the oncoming campaign in Syria - but given that Labour is about to eat its own...
- George Kendall 26th Nov - 11:34pm
@Jonathan Brown Me too. I like being in a broad church. At the moment, I'm describing myself as a Social Democrat, because I think that...
- Peter Hayes 26th Nov - 11:09pm
A question he might ask, can the Prime Minister confirm that expanding the air war will not reduce the air support to the Kurds who...
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