Owen Smith suggests IS talks
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Owen Smith suggests IS talks

Labour leadership challenger Owen Smith has suggested the so-called Islamic State could be involved in negotiations with the West in the future.

Mr Smith said all conflicts ended in "dialogue", during a two-hour debate with Jeremy Corbyn on the BBC's Victoria Derbyshire programme.

However, he added that IS was "clearly not interested in negotiating" at the moment.

Labour leader Mr Corbyn said he would not negotiate with so-called Islamic State.

  • 17 Aug 2016