Syria: Hague, Kerry meet rebels to save Geneva peace summit

Briefing Tue 22 Oct, AT 10:41

With peace plan under threat, 'Friends of Syria' try to shore up rebel support in London

Cameron sounds nice - until his eyes narrow and his cheeks go red

Wed 2 Oct, AT 15:04 Annalisa Barbieri

'Don't you dare lecture anyone on the NHS again,' he threatens Labour – before heaping praise on his team

Syria gas attack confirmed: latest in history of atrocities

Briefing Tue 17 Sep, AT 10:05

UN confirms 21 August attack on Damascus was gas – and the 'most significant' use of chemical weapons since Saddam's day

Mole

Syria crisis: Downing St tries to get back on side with US

Tue 3 Sep, AT 11:27 The Mole

We still back you, says message from Number 10 as American plans more punitive strikes on Syria

David Cameron

PM rules out fresh vote on Syria despite political mood swing

Mon 2 Sep, AT 15:40 The Mole

Members of all three main parties believe that 'compelling new evidence' requires a fresh vote – but PM is adamant it won't happen

Syria: Is Western military intervention inevitable?

Briefing Tue 27 Aug, AT 11:35

US and UK warships said to be on their way to Syria following alleged chemical attacks by Assad regime

Crispin Black

Syria: PM's push for action ignores will of most Britons

Tue 27 Aug, AT 11:24 Crispin Black

Cameron and Hague are 'itching to have crack at Assad' but intervention will be 'dangerous'

Syria gas attack: defence chief prepares 'scenarios' for action

Thu 22 Aug, AT 10:22 The Mole

Will Damascus prove to be a 'Srebrenica moment' when anti-interventionists realise it's time to act?

Egyptians are paying in blood for Obama's hopeless indecision

Fri 16 Aug, AT 12:17 Robert Fox

This marks the biggest retreat from global responsibility by a US President since Woodrow Wilson in 1919

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