LONDON – British prime minister Theresa May has stressed that the attack on targets in Syria in the British national interest. She loved to parliamentarians that its government has succumbed to pressure from Washington. “We have not done so because president Trump the us early. We did it because we felt that it was correct,” said May, who pointed to the “broad international support” for the attack.
Theresa May in the House of Commons.
May is the parliament Monday to talk about the attack from last weekend. The armed forces of the United Kingdom, France and the United States fired more than one hundred missiles. The leader of the British opposition party, Labour said earlier that the premier had in parliament prior to the attack would have had to consult.
The predecessor of May, David Cameron, asked the house of Commons in 2013 for permission for air strikes on targets in Syria. The parliament voted then against.