PM still argues for Syria action

David Cameron has said he will continue to argue for a "robust response" to the Syrian regime's use of chemical weapons even though British military action had been ruled out after MPs voted against the principle of intervention.

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Miliband: 'I do not regret voting against Government'

Labour leader Ed Miliband told ITV News he did not regret voting against the Government's motion on the principle of military intervention in Syria.

He said: "What I wasn't willing to do, and I think the British people agree with this, was for Britain to engage in a rush to war, ill thought through military action without regard for the possible consequences."

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