LONDON (WKOW) -- Prime Minister David Cameron has recalled Parliament for an urgent discussion on a possible military response to the alleged chemical attack in Syria.
Cameron says the crisis session will be held Thursday, when Parliament would traditionally be on its summer recess.
He said Tuesday that there would be a clear government motion and vote on the British response to a chemical weapons attack in Syria. The British government said its military is drawing up contingency plans for a possible attack.
Legislators had been urging Cameron to consult Parliament before any possible action against Syria.
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