Article by John McTernan
'Doing nothing while Assad barrel-bombed his people had consequences – half the Syrian population are dead or displaced and the European Union is now reaping the whirlwind. Yet virtually no voters could tell you how and why their views on refugees are affected by a parliamentary vote.
That’s the beauty of democracy. The voters know what’s right – and that is doing the decent thing. They want to be proud of Britain not ashamed of the country they love. Corbyn’s withdrawal from the world doesn’t just bring shame on him and the Labour Party but on the whole country. The kicker is that voters have the final say – and they will say No. In thunder.'