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Shadow foreign secretary Hilary Benn has openly opposed Jeremy Corbyn’s position on UK air strikes on SyriaGetty Images

Labour locked in ‘brutally honest’ debate over UK air strikes on Isis in Syria

Labour are locked in what one shadow minister has described as a “brutally honest” debate over whether the party should back David Cameron’s plan to launch UK air strikes on Islamic State (Isis) targets in Syria. The row broke out after Jeremy Corbyn wrote to MPs explaining that he was unconvinced by the prime minister’s case for war in the House of Commons.

“The prime minister did not set out a coherent strategy, coordinated through the UN, for the defeat of Isis. Nor has he been able to explain what a credible and acceptable ground force could retake and hold territory freed from Isis control by an intensified air campaign,” the Labour leader and former Stop the…

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