Outrage Amidst British Generals and Diplomats Over Cameron Shelving of Syrian Bombing Plans

_86470911_024079933-1British generals and diplomats aren’t feeling at ease fearing the prime minister wouldn’t proceed to voting on Syrian bombing plans after failing to convince enough number of MPs on the issue.

There are fears if the prime minister goes for a second vote on the issue after an earlier embarrassing defeat in 2012, his political future might be compromised.

Another view is that the issue has seriously damaged UK-US relations, keeping in mind that it’s the first time that British parliament seems to have taken things under direct public control. World politics watchers translate it as a standalone stance which may allow democracies around the world apply check and balance in case of government connivance with super powers.


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