Air Strikes against Syria: British PM Theresa May to face criticism for bypassing parliament
Monday, 16 April 2018 () British Prime MinisterTheresa May will face criticism today for bypassing parliament to join weekend air strikes against Syria, with some lawmakers calling for a potentially damaging vote on her future strategy.
U.S., British and French forces pound Syria with air strikes early on Saturday in response to a poison gas attack that killed dozens of people last week, in the biggest intervention by Western powers against Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. Grace Lee reports.
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The Prime Minister today defended Britain's military action in Syria, insisting airstrikes were the right thing to do. Theresa May told the House of Commons she acted in the national interest, and not.. Source: ODN -