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Hague: No Syria vote 'regrets'

The Foreign Secretary William Hague has said there should be no "regrets or recrimination" after the government lost a vote on military action against Syria. He also ruled out a renewed attempt to persuade MPs, saying "Parliament has spoken".

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'Death notice' issued over UK and US relationship

The Sun newspaper has issued a 'death notice' on its front page after MPs voted against military action in Syria during a House of Commons debate on Thursday.

The Sun's front page shows a 'death notice' after MPs voted against military action in Syria.

Downing Street insisted that the US special relationship is still intact, saying in statement: "President Obama said he fully respected the PM's approach and that he had not yet taken a decision on the US response."

However the newspaper has responded with a notice that states: "The Special Relationship. Died at home after a sudden illness on Thursday, August 29, 2013, aged 67".

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