Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May visits Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge, April 10, 2018. Daniel Leal-Olivas/Pool via Reuters
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Britain's government weighed the possibility of military action against Syria Thursday but faced growing skepticism from opposition leaders and deeper divisions in a country still haunted by its role in the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq.Prime Minister Theresa May was holding an emergency cabinet to discuss joining mooted strikes by the U.S. and allies, as rival politicians and some Conservative colleagues called for a parliamentary vote before any British involvement.Britain continues to support the U.S.-led coalition targeting Daesh militants in Iraq and Syria, and has conducted more than 1,700 strikes.A YouGov poll in The Times conducted this week found that 43 percent of voters oppose strikes in Syria, with 34 percent unsure and only 22 percent supportive.
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