The Conservative MP for Central Devon Mel Stride has said it is likely he will support the Government position during the Commons' debate on Thursday but he wishes to take part in the discussion and hear from other MPs first.
The Conservative MP for Tiverton and Honiton Neil Parish said he will listen to the debate and is 90 percent likely to support the Government's response to claims that the Syrian regime used poison gas on its people.
Mr Parish said; "We are not putting in any ground forces and the bombing is restricted to Military chemical weapons. I am not filled with enthusiasm but I agree that action is needed because of Assad's use of Chemical weapons."
The installation is to promote Oxfam's work in Syria where the charity is providing water and sanitation facilities to thousands of refugees in Jordan and Lebanon.
One little red flag can't achieve much on its own, but collectively they can make something amazing and beautiful. All of the hard work and months spent planning the installation have proved worthwhile because now we can see the final installation it does look absolutely beautiful and we hope people will be inspired to sponsor and donate to the appeal [Oxfam's Love Syria campaign].