As Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II read her annual speech at the opening of Parliament this week, it fast became apparent that Prime Minister David Cameron would not be using his new-found strength leading a majority Conservative government to revisit the issue of military intervention in Syria any time soon.
A vote is not needed
The capture of Ramadi and Palmyra wouldn’t have been prevented by having British planes flying over SyriaChris Doyle, director of CAABU
‘Drumbeat of terrorism in the UK’
No appetite for boots on the ground
European focus & a call with Putin