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Seifeddine Rezgui, an ISIS gunman trained in Libya, slaughtered 38 innocent tourists, including 30 British nationals, on the beach in Sousse.Even this pitiful response will require a parliamentary vote, so British airstrikes against ISIS in Syria are unlikely to commence until the autumn at the earliest.The United Kingdom currently has eight Tornado jets taking part in the bombing campaign on ISIS targets in Iraq. Crispin Blunt, chairman of parliament's Foreign Affairs Committee, said last week that only 5 percent of the anti-ISIS missions flown in the region were carried out by British aircraft.Blunt added that extending British strikes into Syria would make "no practical difference" to the air campaign against ISIS.The government believes expanding the U.K.'s abysmal contribution to the anti-ISIS airstrikes in Syria will allay some of the criticism.ISIS needs to be tackled at its source.
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