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David Cameron Cuts Short Cornish Holiday
7:01am 27th August 2013
David Cameron is cutting short his holiday in Cornwall - amid claims missile strikes could be launched against Syria within days.
It is after Polzeath found itself at the centre of international negotiations over the weekend.
The PM was planning to spend a few more days in the Duchy with his family.
Bu, instead, he will be in Downing Street after the suspected chemical strike in Syria last week.
He has already spoken to the leaders of France, Germany, Russia and the US from his holiday home in Cornwall.
Southwest troops already on exercise in Med could find themselves part of the first strike against Syria.
A national newspaper has named Devonport frigate HMS Montrose as among those being earmarked for military action against the regime.7:01am 27th August 2013
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