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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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Report: Ministers 'face sack' over Syria Commons vote

At least five Government ministers face the sack in the wake of David Cameron’s failure to secure parliamentary backing for military strikes against the Syrian regime, according to the Daily Telegraph.

Prime Minister David Cameron speaks during a debate on Syria in the House of Commons Credit: PA Wire

Alan Duncan, David Gauke and Steve Webb failed to return from holiday to support the Government, angering the Prime Minister, according to sources.

The newspaper added that Mr Cameron is expected to announce a series of changes as soon as next week, with the position of Sir George Young, the Chief Whip, also under scrutiny.

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