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PM Syria vote 'regret'

David Cameron has said he regretted the division caused by the Commons vote on potential military action in Syria. Number 10 previously stated that it has "absolutely no plans" to go back to Parliament on the issue.

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Boris Johnson argues second Syria vote possible

Boris Johnson told ITV News that the Prime Minister would be right to hold a second vote on military action on Syria if there was "absolute proof that the Assad regime" had been involved in chemical attacks and there was "a limited and a calibrated response" put forward.

The Mayor of London added: "It is very, very hard to stand aside when you have people being killed in large numbers by chemical weapons".

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