The British parliament will vote to decide on possible airstrikes against ISIL in Syria on Wednesday. Prime Minister David Cameron said he was confident of getting the approval of parliament to launch attacks, despite the opposition Labour Party allowing its members to vote freely on the issue. In order to get approved, the Prime Minister needs a majority vote in the parliament to support his plan.
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