Chancellor says vote ruled out intervention for the foreseeable future. Downing Street maintain that David Cameron maintains his stance that Britain cannot be involved
by Jason Groves, Daily Mail:
Britain will NOT launch military strikes against Syria, even if the regime carries out further nerve gas attacks on its own people, ministers said yesterday.
George Osborne and William Hague rejected growing calls for a second Commons vote. They said last week’s vote had ruled out British military intervention in the crisis for the foreseeable future.
Asked about how the Government would respond to a worsening situation in Syria, he replied: ‘Look, I think Parliament has spoken.’
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