'PM should apologise over terrorist sympathisers'
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Caroline Flint: 'PM should apologise over comments'

MPs have called on Prime Minister David Cameron to apologise for reportedly telling a meeting that opponents of action in Syria were "terrorist sympathisers".

He faced calls from Labour, Lib Dem and SNP MPs to say sorry.

Mr Cameron told MPs there was "honour" in voting for or against air strikes.

Former Labour minister Caroline Flint was the first to call on Mr Cameron to retract his remark, intervening to say: "Will you apologise for the remarks

made?"

  • 02 Dec 2015