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‘Cameron looked like he was about to vomit’ - View from 22 Syria special podcast

'Cameron looked like he was about to vomit' - View from 22 Syria special podcast
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Following David Cameron's historic defeat on Syria in the House of Commons yesterday, the Spectator's Fraser Nelson and Isabel Hardman discuss why both the government's and Labour's motions were defeated, the implications for the Prime Minister and Ed Miliband's political standing and what this means for Britain's place in the world.

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The View from 22 — Syria special. Length: 12:17

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