'Bombing Raqqa won't solve problem'
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Islamic State airstrikes: Jeremy Corbyn says 'bombing Raqqa won't solve problem'

Jeremy Corbyn has warned that bombing Raqqa will not remove the threat from groups such as so-called Islamic State.

The Labour leader urged all his MPs to back his position to oppose military action in Wednesday's Commons vote.

He told the BBC's Laura Kuenssberg that more effort should be put into finding a peaceful resolution and that questions needed to be asked about who was funding IS.

  • 01 Dec 2015
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