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- Peter Hellyer 30th Nov - 4:55pm
@Jonathan Brown As noted elsewhere, http://www.libdemvoice.org/ldv-members-survey-on-syrian-airstrikes-now-live-48451.html Farron's Condition 4 cannot be achieved – saying that the Government should be “absolutely clear on what Syria and...
- Eddie Sammon 30th Nov - 4:52pm
Sorry, I mean Cameron should be given tough limits, just to clarify. The real propaganda blow comes from civilian casualties. People don't hold up signs...
- ThomasS 30th Nov - 4:37pm
@expats I didn't say a worse disaster I said sooner - i.e. for the parliamentary party.
- Toby Fenwick 30th Nov - 4:34pm
@Martin: any attack would have to show that the harm caused was proportionate to the military advantage gained, and the Geneva Conventions bans any attack...
- david thorpe 30th Nov - 4:30pm
I usually agree with Nick-but not this time
- Eddie Sammon 30th Nov - 4:27pm
I think as long as Cameron isn't given a blank cheque and tough limits it should be fine. The threat of terrorism can never be...