Mr. Speaker, if the British government is not confused, that is not what it is saying at the United Nations.
So far, the Prime Minister has a history of flip-flopping on this matter.
On January 25, the Prime Minister did not know if a second resolution was needed. Four days later, he said the first resolution was enough. On February 11, the Prime Minister voted against a second resolution. The next day, he said he supported a second resolution.
What is the Prime Minister's position today?