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    • nan
    • 29.08.13 | 22:24 (IDT)

    not only does he not have full suport of his own party, the British cannot afford another war, nor do the people, but the unelected prime minister indeed wnats to make a name for himself on the world stage. We have had enough of our young men in their prime being slaughtered for unwinable wars... enough is enough. If he has money to spare for wars, and he does,nt, it should be spent on the senior citizens, the neglected and vunerable in this nation. It was they who fought for our freedom in the 2 world wars. Yet the rich elite do not listen to the people. Perhaps if their sons and daughters and themselves were on the front line, we would not even contemplate attacking Syria. If Obama so chooses to do so, let him get on with and suffer the consequences. God give us in Britain a leader who will honour You

    from the article: Vote defeat delays UK bid to return to global center stage via Syria
    First published 16:25 29.08.13 | Last updated 16:25 29.08.13
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