British PM May summons ministers to discuss possible military action in Syria

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May has not yet reached a final decision on whether Britain will join any strikes by the United States and France on Syria in response to a supposed chemical weapons attack, but the British premier wants to be able to act swiftly, the newspaper said.

May recalled the ministers from their Easter holiday for a special cabinet meeting in Downing Street later on Thursday to discuss Britain's response to what she has cast as a barbaric attack that can not go unchallenged.

"Parliament should always be given a say on any military action", opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn told the BBC.

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The U.S. military is also preparing strike options after President Donald J. Trump warned Russian Federation to "get ready" because missiles "will be coming" on Twitter.

The Times and the Daily Telegraph newspapers reported that the cabinet was expected to back May in joining any US-led action.

The Cabinet meeting suggests May could decide to sidestep parliamentary approval for military strikes amid reports that Assad has begun moving his arsenal away from air bases that are likely to be targeted.

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Some lawmakers have expressed reservations about taking military action now, but others have come to believe the 2013 vote was a mistake.

The crisis has evoked memories of the Iraq War, which was approved by parliament and left 179 British soldiers dead and unleashed years of sectarian violence.

Ministers will consider the options for backing military action threatened by the United States and its allies. She changed her tone speaking to reporters Wednesday afternoon, insisting that "all the indications" were that the Assad regime was responsible for the "shocking, barbaric" attack. A YouGov poll showed just one in five members of the public support a strike on Syria. The statement made no specific reference to military action.

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She told her senior ministers on Thursday the Douma events showed a "deeply concerning" erosion of worldwide legal norms barring the use of chemical weapons. "And what happens after".

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