london - The British Prime Minister, Theresa May, has to report to the House of Commons on Monday for the rocket attacks on targets in Syria, which Great Britain performed together with the United States and France on Saturday.
She is faced with a critical audience, because she has ignored the habit of asking the parliament for permission in advance. Not only is the opposition outraged, but also part of its own supporters of the Conservative Party. She needs the support of a small Northern Irish party, who has already supported the attacks.
The leaders within the Conservative Party have insisted on group discipline and a vote that May must support, a sign that the government is feeling cornered.
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