The reason I did not put an "other" is because I believe it will be a straightforward yes or no at the house of Commons vote (when or if it happens).
Please give me a straightforward yes or no to these questions then?
Will the attacks definitely reduce the threat of terror attacks and counter the spread of ISIS in Asia, Europe and the Middle East? Or will it increase the risk, and just diversify the risk?
Will the bombing have a major impact on ISIS? How do we know this?
Will this impact, if there will be one, be "war-winning" or are we committing to many months or even years of bombing, with no predicted boots on ground strategy?
Can such a campaign be successful without ground forces?
If we do not install ground forces, who will capitalise on the sometimes marginal gains potentially provided by bombing raids?
Does the bombing not potentially open the doors to other radical groups? I couple of years ago it was the taliban, then al qaeda - now ISIS. Who else are significant parties in the region?
What attempts have been made to cut off the funding, oil revenues and arms supplies to ISIS under security council resolution 2249?
What could be the impact on civilians in Syria?
What effort has been made to gauge potential for unintended consequences?