The leader of UK Labour opposition party has slammed the Tory government’s plans to take part in the airstrikes in Syria.
Addressing the Commons on Tuesday, Jeremy Corbyn said few bombs and missiles more in Syria won’t transform the situation.
Corbyn also called for an end to the supply of weapons to repressive regimes in the region, warning that they may get into the hands of ISIL terrorists.
The comments come against the backdrop of the efforts by Prime Minister David Cameron to convince MPs to back UK military action against ISIL terrorists in Syria.
David Cameron has pledged to devise a “comprehensive strategy” to win MPs’ support for bombing ISIL terrorists in Syria and Iraq.
The prime minister suggested that there could be a fresh vote on the issue in the wake of the recent terror attacks in Paris