Theresa May told MPs that waiting for UN authority to take action over chemical weapons attacks in Syria “would mean a Russian veto on our foreign policy”.

Speaking to the House of Commons after Saturday morning’s airstrikes against chemical weapons facilities, May called chemical attacks in Syria “a stain on our humanity” and said the UK had needed to act rapidly to stop the possibility of further attacks.

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