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I can’t stand football rubric for expository essay high school Early on Tuesday afternoon, No 10 called the Opposition leader’s office. A meeting was set up for 3pm. Ed Miliband and Mr Alexander joined Mr Cameron, Nick Clegg and Mr Hague in Downing Street. There, Mr Miliband and Mr Alexander had a list of questions about US evidence of the attack and the legal authority for action – and concerns about escalation. The exchanges were described as “robust”, with Labour sources claiming Mr Cameron was “frankly dismissive” about the role of the UN, but saying there “can be a UN moment in New York”. The meeting lasted 45 minutes, and closed on the understanding that the parties would talk again.