Paddy Power have launched a market onÂ Will There Be Another Government Sponsored Commons Vote On Military Intervention In Syria By Year End?
— TSEofPB (@TSEofPB) September 3, 2013
Nick Clegg has saidÂ “could not foresee any circumstances” in which the government would ask MPs to vote again,Â following their rejection of the PM’s proposal for military action last Thursday.
The Spectator on Â a second vote say,Â David Cameron would therefore need the assurance not just of Milibandâ€™s support for the motion, but of a three-line whip for his party. Which is why the vote wonâ€™t happen
If you’re cynical about politicians being truthful or think the situation in Syria will deteriorate and UK involvement is inevitable , you’ll take the 5/1, if you’d like a 10% return in less than four months, you’d take the no option.
I wonder if the vote in America will have an impact?