[Guardian] "... The fact that General Sir David Richards, chief of defence staff, has been drawing up contingency plans to provide Syrian rebels with maritime and possible air support should not be seen as an appetite within the Ministry of Defence to get involved.
The military might well do; it might have to. But it doesn't want to, at all, and for months, military sources in Whitehall have been expressing deep unease about the situation to anyone who will listen.
Tuesday, December 11, 2012
The Guardian: "Military sources in Whitehall have been expressing deep unease about Cameron's plans for Syria"
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