Tory Rebels Vote For War On David Cameron

Tory Rebels Vote For War On David Cameron

Tory backbenchers voted on Thursday night to go to war against Prime Minister David Cameron.

The rebels - along with their Labour allies - launched their attack by shooting down a bill in Westminster.

"We have learned from the events of the Iraq war," said one Tory MP. "We're voting against our leader - which is what Labour MPs should have done back then."

Those against the war, however, have urged people to send aid to Cameron instead.

"He may be a terrible leader who has inflicted pain on his own people," one told us, "but attacking a man already ravaged by internal fighting will only make things worse."

It is not yet known whether the war will lead to a regime change.

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