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Britain must not escalate the conflict in Syria

The plan for air strikes will not bring the war any closer to resolution

By Tim Eaton & Chris Phillips  

Demonstrators march past Conservative and Labour Party headquarters in London to protest against military intervention in Syria.

Prime Minister David Cameron is today seeking a vote on extending airstrikes to Syria. The Prime Minister acknowledges that they need to be part of a wider strategy for the Syrian conflict, which Number 10 attempted to set out on Thursday in response to criticism from the Foreign Affairs…

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