An influential conservative majority committee in the House of Commons has strongly warned Prime Minister David Cameron against a second vote on military involvement in Syria.
A second vote on expanding bombing ISIL targets was expected this Autumn and the prime minister had made it amply clear that such a task would only be undertaken if the vote is passed with majority. However, about 20-30 conservative MPs are expected to rebel if a vote were held.
Mr. Cameron was defeated in a previous vote on the issue in 2013, following which he promised to rule out military action by British forces – although it was known later that British pilots participated in bombing operations against IS targets in Syria.
News Desk: The Pashtun Times