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As David Cameron prepares the case to take Britain further into the Syrian conflict where does the Prime Minister's hawkish attitude leave Parliament?
David Cameron believes that the UK must play a part in attacking IS at source. That extending air strikes will protect the United Kingdom from domestic attacks. It has been announced that the UK is already sending naval support in the form of HMS Defender to provide cover for the French aircraft carrier Charles De Gaulle.
It looks increasingly likely that the Prime Minister will authorise air strikes without waiting for a specific UN Security Council resolution. This would anger many and lead to division, not only within his own party but further afield. The public consistently take the view that UN support should be obtained before embarking on military action overseas.
The UK must maintain its position as a reliable and trusted member of NATO. To defend British interests we must prevent terrorists becoming stronger in the Middle East and beyond.
If the UK participates in unsanctioned airstrikes against IS, it will further intensify the hatred of IS towards the UK and put British citizens at home and abroad at greater risk.
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