LONDON – The British prime minister, Theresa May must be Monday in the house of Commons to answer to the missile attacks on targets in Syria, that Britain Saturday, together with the United States and France ran.
She comes in front of a critical audience, because she has the habit ignored to the parliament in advance to ask permission. This is not only the opposition, wroth, but also a part of her own constituency of the Conservative Party. She has the support of a small Northern Irish party needed, who has previously been behind the attacks a success.
The movers and the shakers within the Conservative Party have urged fractiediscipline and a vote that May need support, a sign that the government is cornered and feels.