london - The British government Tuesday has supported the intention to harass ISIS in Syria with air strikes. According to Prime Minister David Cameron of the decision of the Cabinet was unanimous.
With the outcome of the consultation can begin Cameron Wednesday to debate and vote on the plan in the House of Commons. The outcome is far from certain because his Conservative supporters are divided on the extension of the attacks on extremists. Britain has been conducting air strikes on positions of ISIS in Iraq.
The Labour opposition is divided over the plan. Opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn Tuesday accused Cameron of them to rush toward war. Despite Labour MPs rather late in Wednesday 's vote. This decision will help the prime minister still possible to have a majority in the House of Commons.