Graham tables amendment declining military action in Syria

Posted on 1 December 2015 (Permalink)

Graham has placed an amendment down on the Government's motion on Syria, which declines to authorise military action. He has already secured wide, cross-party support and will continue to build this up.

Below is an email Graham sent round all MPs, which includes the text of the amendment.

 

 

Dear , We are asking all MP’s to sign this  all party reasoned amendment on Syria which we have put  down for discussion and vote tomorrow.

 

Delete after ‘House’ and insert,

‘while welcoming the renewed impetus towards peace and reconstruction in Syria, and the Government’s recognition that a comprehensive strategy against Daesh is required, does not believe that the case for the UK’s participation in the ongoing air campaign in Syria by 10 countries has been made under current circumstances, and consequently declines to authorise military action in Syria.’

 

Jon Baron

Angus Robertson

Graham Allen

Caroline Lucas

Hywel Williams

Alasdair McDonnell

 

Sir Gerald Kaufman

Keir Starmer

Steve McCabe

Dennis Skinner

Wes Streeting

Stephen Kinnock

John Mann

Bill Esterson

Jonathan Reynolds

Pat Glass

Harry Harpham

Ian Mearns

Jon Cruddas

Clive Lewis

Rachel Maskell

Cat Smith

Peter Dowd

Huw Irranca-Davies

Albert Owen

Dave Anderson

Kate Osamor

Louise Haig

Marie Rimmer

Graham Stringer

Julie Cooper

Mike Kane

Paul Farrelly

Fabian Hamilton

Paul Flynn

Ronnie Campbell

David Lammy

Imran Hussain

Jim Cunningham

Rupa Haq

Sir Alan Meale

Mary Glindon

Ian Lavery

Daniel Zeichner

Chi Onwurah

Liz McInnes

Andy McDonald

Dawn Butler

 

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