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Protest in London as Syria air strikes vote looms

Syria vote: David Cameron needs the support of opposition MPs
AROUND 4,000 people joined a protest in London today (November 28) against Britain potentially joining air strikes against the Islamic State (IS) group in Syria. Parliament is expected to vote on the issue next week after Prime Minister David Cameron pushed MPs to back the move in the wake of this month's Paris attacks. The demonstration was organised b...

Anjem Choudary jailed over bail breach

BRITISH radical preacher Anjem Choudary, who faces charges for inviting support for the Islamic State group through social media, returned to jail yesterday (November 27) after breaking his bail terms, according to court authorities. The 48-ye More News »

Senior Labour members may quit over Syria action

Several senior members of Britain's main opposition Labour Party may resign if they are forced to vote in line with their leader's view that the country should not extend air strikes to Syria, the BBC reported on Friday. The BBC said More News »

'British Muslims more effective in leading terror fightback'

BRITAIN’S top Muslim politicians have said the most effective response to extremism comes from the community itself, as the UK government increased its counterterrorism funding in the wake of the Paris attacks. Lord Tariq Ahmad, ministe More News »

Cameron says time to bomb militants in Syria

Prime Minister David Cameron said on Thursday it was time to join air strikes against Islamic State in Syria because Britain cannot "subcontract its security to other countries". Many Britons are wary of entering into another war in More News »
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