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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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Government faces aftermath of Syria Commons defeat

The Prime Minister was forced to drop plans for the potential use of British forces in strikes against Syria after MPs - including 30 Tory rebels - rejected a motion indicating that military action could be required to protect Syrian civilians on Thursday night.

Setting out the approach he would now take to Syria, the Prime Minister said that a "robust response" was still needed over the use of chemical weapons.

ITV News' Political Correspondent Carl Dinnen reports:

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