LONDON – Only 28 percent of respondents in a British poll stands behind the decision of prime minister Theresa May to Syria with missiles to attack. Great Britain, the USA and France fired in the night from Friday to Saturday more than a hundred rockets at targets in Syria. They set a week earlier in Douma in Damascus in an attack with poison gas was made and that the regime of president Assad there with rockets punished for should be.
Missiles above the skyline of Damascus.
A Sunday published a poll commissioned by the newspaper The Independent, shows that 36 percent of the respondents of the attacks has not relied, 26 percent neutral in question, 28 percent were in favour and 11 per cent did not know what to answer.
May turned to anger the left-wing opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn parliament was not about the attack. Monday the prime minister in the parliament, the attack on Syria to explain why.