Cameron brands Corbyn ‘terrorist sympathizer’ for opposing Syria airstrikes

Fierce exchanges between Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn and Prime Minister David Cameron foreshadow a full day of heated debate as British MPs prepare to vote on whether to extend airstrikes against Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) from Iraq into Syria.

Cameron last night echoed his October Conservative Party conference speech by branding Corbyn and others opposed to bombing Syria “a bunch of terrorist sympathizers.

He made his comment in a speech to the influential Conservative 1922 Committee on Tuesday night, the Guardian claims.

Activists and a smattering of military veterans gathered in Parliament Square on Tuesday night as part of a last-ditch Stop the War coalition protest to oppose the bombing.

The 5,000-strong protest marched past the two main party headquarters after hearing speeches from MPs, journalists and activists.

Former Labour and Respect MP and prospective London mayor George Galloway told the crowd the idea of a new war in the Middle East is so unpopular it “doesn’t even have the support of the Daily Mail.

The mammoth debate will begin at 11:00 GMT and will continue until 22:00 before a vote.

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Via RT.