Cameron under pressure to reverse decision on Syria

September 2, 2013 06:57

British Prime Minister David Cameron is under pressure from senior figures in the main political parties in the UK to reverse his decision to rule out military action in Syria, following a defeat in parliament, The Times reported on Monday.

Former Tory leader Lord Howard of Lympne, London Mayor Boris Johnson, former Liberal Democrat leader Lord Ashdown of Norton-sub-Hamdon and the former Tory Foreign Secretary Sir Malcolm Rifkind are leading the calls for a rethink, according to the paper.

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