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the latest victims arriving home of the thirty persons killed in tunisia , all cools to consider how will the u. k. protects its citizens at home and abroad the government believes that standing until islamic air strikes to syria will help , well when on taking military action in iraq , that said i quote there is a strong case , for us to do more in syria , as the ramifications of it's an easier attack all felt here labor appear less fearful of their own post iraq tony blair shaped shadow on reuters reported jagger grieves in westminster way leading policy figures announcing that willing to do business with the conservatives on a new strategy to counter extremism abroad they murder people and they are perfectly , so everything , can be done to stop the must be and any proposals that the government come forward which will help tackle the growing horror faisal of course we look at them very very seriously but labor's leadership still isn't openly backing the extended airstrikes option , and then there's downing street's painful memories from two years ago david cameron humiliated in the commons as labor led a rebellion against plans to bomb buckshot aside syrian regime , well it's the backdrop to the debate is very different this time round as is the threat