Cameron to Make Case for Striking Islamic State as Labour Splits

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Prime Minister David Cameron will make the case for extending British airstrikes against Islamic State into Syria as he asks Parliament Wednesday to back military action in a vote. Lawmakers will debate for more than 10 hours, starting at 11:30 a.m. in London, with opinion split on both sides of the House of Commons. But the rift is much larger in the opposition Labour Party, whose leader, Jeremy Corbyn, will make the case against strikes before the foreign-affairs spokesman, Hilary Benn, makes the…

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