Makes sense to put this before the British Parliament particularly when President Trump is waffling.
The Prime Minister has won the backing of her Cabinet for action to prevent further chemical attacks by Syria's President Bashar al Assad. Following an emergency meeting lasting more than two hours on Thursday, Theresa May's top ministers agreed Britain should continue to work with the US and France on a coordinated response. The Cabinet's approval for action raised the likelihood of Britain joining France and the US in a military response against Syria's government. It also suggested the Prime Minister is set to defy calls from opposition parties for Parliament to be recalled in order for MPs to vote on authorising ... (full story)