Jeremy Corbyn has questioned whether a proposal to launch airstrikes against so-called Islamic State in Syria “is likely to reduce or increase” their threat. The Labour leader spoke after David Cameron outlined his argument for joining other countries who have formed a coalition, to attack the militant group. The prime minister claimed that carrying out the attack in Syria would be in the UK’s “national interest”.
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