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Jeremy Corbyn suggests non-Assad groups may have carried out Douma attack

16 April 2018, 04:42 | Tara Lloyd

Jeremy Corbyn suggests non-Assad groups may have carried out Douma attack

14 on the twitter page of the Syrian government’s central military media shows an explosion on the outskirts of Damascus after Western strikes reportedly hit Syrian military bases and chemical research centres in and around the

He added that a parliamentary vote on the military action would give "a very strong steer to our government to now go back to the UN and promote a resolution and work might and main to bring Russian Federation and the United States together on this, so that we do get a political process in Syria as well of course the removal of chemical weapons".

Corbyn who said May could face a backlash in parliament for her decision also described the allies bombing of Syria as "legally questionable" and risks further escalating "an already devastating conflict".

He added that if there is evidence that Syria's Assad used chemical weapons against his own people, British government must demand answers from him.

Her language was aimed at heading off arguments that members of the United Kingdom parliament on all sides used when they voted against air strikes in Syria in 2013.

Corbyn, who voted against United Kingdom military attacks on ISIS in 2014, said he could only countenance intervention in Syria if there was "UN authority behind it" and that taking action on humanitarian grounds alone was a "legally debatable concept".

"This was not about interfering in a civil war, and it was not about regime change", Mrs May said. At that time, May's predecessor David Cameron had made it clear he wanted to see Assad overthrown.

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Theresa May will give a statement to parliament on Monday, setting out her case for military action, allowing Corbyn and other MPs to express their concerns.

U.S. ambassador Nikki Haley told the meeting President Donald Trump has warned that America is "locked and loaded" if there is further use of chemical weapons in Syria.

Parliament should have been consulted and voted on the matter.

Corbyn challenged the justification and accused May of being chiefly concerned with following the lead of US President Donald Trump. This must also be "generally accepted by the global community as a whole".

It will be up to Speaker of the House of Commons John Bercow on Monday to decide whether to allow an emergency debate, and he has been a strong advocate of the right of Parliament to scrutinise the government.

Shadow foreign secretary Emily Thornberry said taking military action against Bashar Assad's regime had been the "wrong thing to do". Mr Corbyn added he could only ever agree to military intervention if it was backed by the UN.

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"The legal basis... would have to be self defence or the authority of the UN Security Council".

North Atlantic Treaty Organisation allies have given the action their full support, secretary general Jens Stoltenberg said.

Britain joined the U.S. and France in launching more than 100 missiles against Syrian government targets overnight.

The Labour leader said "other groups" may have been responsible for the atrocity in the rebel-held city of Douma in Eastern Ghouta, which killed up to 75 civilians.

Russia, a veto-wielding permanent member, is a close ally of Assad.

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