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Britons welcome failed Syria vote

A day after British Prime Minister David Cameron lost a key vote in parliament that would have paved the way for Britain to join a looming military strike on Syria - Londoners appeared to welcome the result. One man said Britian shouldn't get involved in the conflict. (SOUNDBITE) (English) UK RESIDENT, MIKE BARBER, SAYING: "Why get involved in something that you really haven't got anything to do with, I suppose. I don't say I condone what they are doing but at the end of the day it is what it is, isn't it?" Politicians who supported the bill were disappointed at Britain's reluctance to support military action. (SOUNDBITE) (English) FORMER LIBERAL DEMOCRAT LEADER, PADDY ASHDOWN, SAYING: "I've tried in one way or another to serve my country for more than 50 years. I have never felt more depressed or, I'm bound to say, ashamed this morning but now I have to wake up and watch children burning on the television sets as they were last night and say that th

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