Jeremy Corbyn faced pressure over Labour’s policy on airstrikes in Syria after senior shadow cabinet ministers signalled they could support military action under the right conditions.
Lord Falconer, the shadow justice secretary, said he would be prepared to back a bombing campaign in Syria with the proper military and legal justification, despite the Labour leader’s stated opposition.
His intervention came after Hilary Benn, the shadow foreign minister, refused to rule out supporting military intervention, saying he would look at the objectives.There you have it: "under the right conditions" and "with the proper military and legal justification". It might be rather difficult to tease out a rational justification and a clear objective for further military intervention in Syria. What would it achieve? What would it contribute to our national security?
Incidentally, the miltary boys playing with their toys would not provide a decent excuse.