Posted by: Jason's Staff | August 30, 2013

Jason Votes against Military Action in Syria

Last night Jason voted against the Government motion in the House of Commons. He also joined Labour rebels to reject Ed Miliband’s roadmap to war – the Labour leader’s amendment was virtually the same as the Government motion and sadly motivated by partisan political opportunism.

Jason Votes against Military Action in Syria

Jason listened to all his constituents and would like to thank them for giving him their clear views which helped make his decision. Jason also took account of the views of the Syrian refugees he met in Domiz camp (pictured) on the Syria/Iraq border in June and also used the experience he gained as an RAF Officer serving in the No Fly Zone over Iraq.

Jason is proud that we have a Prime Minister who believes in respecting the will of the House of Commons. After the vote David Cameron acknowledged that our Parliament, reflecting the views of the British people, does not support British military action. Yesterday was a good day for Parliament.

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