David Cameron’s argument for airstrikes in Syria criticized by Jeremy Corbyn

David Cameron’s argument for airstrikes in Syria criticized by Jeremy Corbyn

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British PM David Cameron

David Cameron’s argument for launching airstrikes against Islamic State in Syria has suffered a blow.

Following his speech earlier today in the Commons, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn says the British Prime Minister has not made a “convincing case” nor outlined a “coherent strategy”.

It is not clear how many Labour MPs will choose to vote against their party leader.

Former Director of Special Forces in the UK, Major General Jonathan Shaw, supports military action.

“We’re already attacking ISIS we’re just doing it in Iraq and we’re stopping on an entirely artificial border with Syria it’s a border that ISIS themselves don’t recognise.

“We’re already engaged in the fight with ISIS so extending the campaign makes absolute military logic.”

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