Jeremy Corbyn asked a number of searching questions of Theresa May in the Commons on Monday – including asking her why international journalists and local people were able to clamber among the rubble of supposed chemical weapons facilities with no protective clothing.
But one question in particular caused howls of outrage from the Tories – and presumably from the small number of bomb-happy ‘moderates‘ misplaced on the Labour benches:
Clearly the idea of waiting for evidence from experts capable of definitive assessment is distasteful to those who prefer to bomb first and ask the questions – or hold the parliamentary debate – later.
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