Religious leaders urge action on Iraq
Religious leaders say the UK government needs to do more to help people forced from their homes in Iraq.
More than a million people have fled to mountains and other areas to escape the radical Islamic group "IS".
The group is trying to take over large parts of Iraq and threatening to harm other religions.
So far the UK has sent aid parcels with water and shelter in, but the Bishop of Leeds says the government needs a better plan.
Prime Minister David Cameron says the situation is complicated and he's considering the best way to respond.