74%
Yes
26%
No
61%
Yes
16%
No
13%
Yes, we should always promote diplomatic peace talks during foreign conflicts
6%
No, only if it is an immediate threat to our safety
5%
No, we should not get involved in foreign conflicts

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 @9JHYPPSanswered…4mos4MO

Regardless, we must force the complete dismantlement of Iran's nuclear programme and keep Iran under enough pressure to contain it locally until its current government is replaced by one which respects human rights, frees its people, and does not threaten other countries.

 @9J4FN73answered…4mos4MO

No. The UK government is inept and unlikely to ameliorate anything between these two countries. Any UK interference would only be to protect economic interests. Support peace by all means, but do not send any UK politician.

 @9HSPMYPanswered…5mos5MO

Only in the sense of avoiding unnecessary loss of life, both sides are ruled by authoritarian governments with terrible human-rights records.

 @9HPMNNManswered…5mos5MO

If the British Government kept its nose out of the middle east there might be a chance for the middle east to sort out its own affairs. Our role should be humanitarian aid in a non-aligned context and mediation support.

 @9GRC9WDanswered…6mos6MO

Yes, and we should reduce sanctions on Iran while still exerting political pressure over huma rights concerns

 @8SZTB3Z answered…7mos7MO

Let them get on with it and stay out of it. Stop overestimating the importance of the UK in such and other world matters.