Madeleine Moon on UK military action in Iraq and Syria
A Labour MP who voted for air strikes in Iraq said she did it to buy time, and the UK cannot be left to take unilateral action.
Madeleine Moon said Britain should not be "bounced" into action while it was not clear what some neighbouring countries and western allies were doing.
The Labour MP, who sits on the defence select committee, spoke to Jo Coburn on the Daily Politics about the political situation in the Middle East, and said there had been no information from Nato or the UK government.
09 Oct 2014