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Government DOES NOT need parliamentary permission to launch an attack
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#175925
In The Know

Government DOES NOT need parliamentary permission to launch an attack 3 Months ago  
news.sky.com/story/sky-views-history-is-...-over-syria-11329664

My God ... we would be in dire straights if we were waiting for the Surrender Monkey !

Anyone remember the 5 minute warning (not the four week wait?)
 
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#175929
andrew

Re:Government DOES NOT need parliamentary permission to launch an attack 3 Months ago  
Corbyn there needs to be dialogue quotes always makes my teeth itch.
 
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#175934
In The Know

Re:Government DOES NOT need parliamentary permission to launch an attack 3 Months ago  
andrew wrote:
Corbyn there needs to be dialogue quotes always makes my teeth itch.

How can you have dialogue with Assad - who has refused to attend the Geneva talks for the last 7 years?

How can you get UN resolution when Russia will veto every single one?

Corbyn is a dangerous nutter !
 
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#175939
Spee

Re:Government DOES NOT need parliamentary permission to launch an attack 3 Months ago  
In The Know wrote:
the Surrender Monkey

the 5 minute warning

the four week wait



Many on here have no idea who or what you're on about

You make up childish names for people

And type randomly about events or imaginations


Worst of all is a deluded expectation for posters to understand


 
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#175945
John

Re:Government DOES NOT need parliamentary permission to launch an attack 3 Months ago  
It's a sad sign of how poor our general political education is that Sky is the source of what should be common knowledge. The Constitution is composed of statutes, legal rulings and conventions. The right to declare war or any other kind of aggression is royal, and can be deferred by convention to whomever the sovereign chooses. That's it. The 'Prime Minister' doesn't exist constitutionally, the First Lord of the Treasury does. There are many grey areas in the Constitution, but that isn't one of them.
 
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#175948
In The Know

Re:Government DOES NOT need parliamentary permission to launch an attack 3 Months ago  
John wrote:
It's a sad sign of how poor our general political education is that Sky is the source of what should be common knowledge. The Constitution is composed of statutes, legal rulings and conventions. The right to declare war or any other kind of aggression is royal, and can be deferred by convention to whomever the sovereign chooses. That's it. The 'Prime Minister' doesn't exist constitutionally, the First Lord of the Treasury does. There are many grey areas in the Constitution, but that isn't one of them.

Indeed ... one poster in particular seems insistent of publicising his ignorance at every available opportunity !
 
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#175977
robbiex

Re:Government DOES NOT need parliamentary permission to launch an attack 3 Months ago  
There would be no element of surprise if there was a parliamentary vote on air strikes. They would just move the equipment out of the buildings until the strikes have ceased.
 
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#175978
Re:Government DOES NOT need parliamentary permission to launch an attack 3 Months ago  
Which I gather was what they did anyway.
 
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