British PM makes case to Parliament for bombing campaign in Syria

Prime Minister David Cameron urged lawmakers on Wednesday to approve air strikes

Traffic passes the Houses of Parliament in London, Britain

Prime Minister David Cameron urged lawmakers on Wednesday to approve air strikes against Islamic State in Syria, saying Britain could make a “real difference” to the U.S.-led campaign to destroy the militants.

Cameron’s argument that Britain should launch more military action in the Middle East was all but drowned out by lawmakers demanding he apologize for suggesting that those opposing air strikes were “a bunch of terrorist sympathizers”.

Cameron avoided making an apology, saying he respected those who disagree. But anger over the slur could stiffen opposition in Britain’s Labour Party, whose leader, Jeremy Corby, criticized the Conservative prime minister for rushing to war.

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