Cameron Calls U.K. Vote on Syria Strikes Amid Labour SplitBy and
Prime minister's question time canceled to allow longer debate
Corbyn will oppose attacks as others in Labour back them
Prime Minister David Cameron called a vote for Wednesday on extending British airstrikes against Islamic State into Syria, after Jeremy Corbyn said he wouldn’t try to force lawmakers from his opposition Labour Party to oppose action.
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