Kbay Post time: 2013-9-1 16:19
He doesn't have the balls, or the skins to do that.
Even members of his own government have deser ...
Here's what could happen next:On Friday 30 August, weapons inspectors in Syria are expected to finish their work investigating the sites of alleged chemical weapon attacks.
They will leave Syria on Saturday to present their findings to the United Nations. This could happen as early as Sunday 1 September.
The UN Security Council will then try to push for a fresh resolution authorising military action. This will almost certainly be blocked by Russia and China.
At some point next week, perhaps as early as Monday or Tuesday, the House of Commons may hold a second debate on Syria, based on the findings of the weapons inspectors.
The British parliament sits for two weeks from Monday, before breaking for the party conference season.
Any further debate on Syria is therefore likely to take place before Friday 13 September.
It's worth remembering that David Cameron has the power to launch an attack whether or not it has been approved by the UK parliament.
Meanwhile President Obama may decide to go ahead with a military strike alone, or in alliance with France.
If so, it is likely this will happen before Tuesday, when the president is due to leave the US to begin a foreign trip.
It is also unlikely that any action will take place immediately before or during a two-day G20 leaders' summit in Russia, scheduled to start on Thursday 5 September.
The action would probably involve the firing of missiles at military sites within Syria believed to be involved in the production and distribution of chemical