Premier rules out second vote
David Cameron confirmed yesterday he has no plans to go back to the Commons to seek to overturn his defeat over military action in Syria, but insisted that the setback does not mean he can “do nothing” to help those affected by the two-year civil war.
As the UN warned that one-third of Syria’s population have been forced from their homes by the conflict, Mr Cameron pledged that the UK will “lead the world” in ensuring humanitarian aid gets through.
He will use the G20 meeting of world leaders in Russia this week to press for help for the refugees as well as progress on diplomatic efforts to secure a stalled peace conference.
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