Cameron Calls U.K. Vote on Syria Strikes Amid Labour Split

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  • Prime minister's question time canceled to allow longer debate
  • Corbyn will oppose attacks as others in Labour back them

U.K. Prime Minister And Leader Of The Conservative Party David Cameron Launches Party's General Election Manifesto

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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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