PMQs: Blackford and Johnson on Syrian baby deaths

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Ian Blackford said the Syrian war had caused the “biggest wave of displacement” since World War II and that babies were dying due to the extreme cold.

The SNP Westminster leader asked if the UK was “washing its hands of the Syrian people” and content to leave President Assad to “continue enacting these atrocities”.

Boris Johnson said Britain had “persistently called for the end of the Assad regime” and has “led the world in denouncing the cruelty of the Assad regime” towards the Syrian people.

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