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The British public is opposed to air strikes in Syria (Image: Voice of America News: Scott Bobb)


 The British public has its say as two-thirds oppose strikes in Syria

The Iraq War has turned the British public against military intervention in the Middle East, according to a new ComRes survey published today in The Independent. Despite an apparent shift of mood towards intervention at Westminster, as more horrific evidence of a chemical weapons attack in Damascus emerges, the British people oppose Obama’s plan for air strikes…

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