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Should the United Kingdom take military action in Syria?

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Jeremy Corbyn has written to members of Labour’s National Executive Committee asking for their opinion on the party’s position on Syrian airstrikes, ahead of today’s Shadow Cabinet meeting.

Corbyn announced at last week’s meeting of the Shadow Cabinet that he would not support airstrikes, while senior members, including the Shadow Foreign Secretary and Deputy Leader, said they were minded to back them.

BAME Labour hopes that the Party will come to a conclusion that includes sanction of the United Nations - safety for civilians and a post war strategy that reinforces Syrian sovereignty and maintains civil society 

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