James Forsyth James Forsyth

David Cameron’s ill-advised remark has undermined his whole approach in the Syria debate

The House of Commons is not rising to the occasion today. David Cameron’s opening speech in the Syria today was dominated by repeated interventions demanding that he apologise for talking about ‘terrorist sympathisers’ in the Labour party yesterday. Cameron said that there was ‘honour’ in voting either way in this debate.

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