This video from Britain says about itself:
30 September 2015
Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn tells Jon Snow why he isn’t convinced the RAF should carry out bombing raids in Syria, that he doesnt know how many MPs oppose renewing the UK’s Trident nuclear weapon and that he spent his youth in Jamaica.
By Luke James in Britain:
Labour MPs told: Don’t bomb Syria
Thursday 1st October 2015
But conference backed a Unite motion demanding that MPs oppose intervention without stringent safeguards.
Proposing the motion, Unite delegate Ivan Monckton said: “It’s time to get behind diplomacy and end the Syrian civil war.
“Labour must once more stand up for peace and against another Cameron war. Now is the time for peacemongers not warmongers.”
The resolution will not be binding on MPs.
Meanwhile Mr Corbyn created a stir after stating that he would never push the nuclear button if he becomes prime minister.
Unleashing nuclear weapons would be “immoral,” Labour’s leader said as the shafted debate over Trident renewal continued to be a blot on an otherwise upbeat conference.
Asked whether he would launch a nuclear strike if he was in No 10, Mr Corbyn answered: “Would anybody press the nuclear button?”
“They’re the ultimate weapon of mass destruction that can only kill millions of civilians if ever used,” he added.
“I am totally and morally opposed to nuclear weapons. I do not see them as a defence.”
Seeking to prevent a war of words, Mr Corbyn pointed out the vote over Trident renewal was not for another year and pledged to “live with” the party’s decision.
But he branded nuclear weapons a cold war relic that “didn’t do the US much good” on September 11 2001.
UK Labour conference ends with attacks on Corbyn over nuclear weapons and Syria: here.
Calls to bomb Syria are motivated by a mixture of fear and a thirst for retribution rather than by ‘solidarity,’ writes ALAN SIMPSON: here.