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- Toby Fenwick 30th Nov - 12:48am
@Jonathan Brown - yes, Johnathan, I almost completely agree. I wouldn't rule out a NATO ground force at some point in the future, however.
- Toby Fenwick 30th Nov - 12:45am
@John Roffey I'm completely with you on the COP negotiations. But we can (and should) be capable of doing more than one thing at once.
- Glenn 30th Nov - 12:25am
Little Jacky Pepper, Democracy develops around institutions. Our conception of it was arrived at over centuries Universal suffrage wasn't even part of it until the...
- Ben Jephcott 29th Nov - 11:47pm
I am a little perturbed, as the five tests set out by Tim on whether to back air strikes made sense. ISIS must be defeated,...
- David Evans 29th Nov - 11:19pm
Very disappointing. Too many binary questions and only one that asks for views, opinions and comments on the matter. I fear it is missing an...
- Little Jackie Paper 29th Nov - 10:59pm
Mollison - 'The public support for intervention does seem to me to have a strong element of willy-waving, inspired by discontent with the reality of...