UK Politics

Watch: MPs debate Syria air strikes

House of Commons

Prime Minister David Cameron has set out his case in the House of Commons for air strikes targeting so-called Islamic State militants in Syria.

Mr Cameron fielded questions from 103 MPs in a mammoth session that lasted over two-and-a-half hours.

Here is a pick of some of the contributions:

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Media captionPM: 'Conscience tells me to take action'
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Media captionWatch: Chris Leslie says UN resolution is 'pivotal'
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Media captionTory Sarah Wollaston now supports Syria air strikes
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Media captionPlaid MP Hywel Williams tells PM to examine his conscience
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Media captionYvette Cooper: Danger of giving support to Assad forces
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Media captionGreen MP: Bombing will compromise political talks
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Media captionSNP: Questions on Syria remain 'unanswered'
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Media captionDUP's Nigel Dodds supports air strikes in Syria
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Media captionCrispin Blunt: UK should join coalition on Syria
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Media captionLib Dem leader Tim Farron responds to Syria speech
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Media captionLabour MP Paul Flynn speaks out against air strikes
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Media captionKen Clarke: Assad may have to be involved in talks