Mr Redwood’s intervention during the debate on the motion relating to Arms to Syria, 11 July

Mr John Redwood (Wokingham) (Con): Does my hon. Friend agree that it is even more important that Parliament should have its say and a vote before any such thing was considered (arming the rebels) because the British people are uneasy about the interventions made in their name in other places in the last decade?

Bill Wiggin (North Herefordshire) (Con): As always, I have no difficulty in agreeing with my right hon. Friend.

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