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By Lamiat Sabin in Britain:
Anti-war feeling grows outside Downing Street
Monday 30th November 2015
But Downing Street has said it’s not “putting a timetable on a vote” after Mr Cameron faced tricky questions over his plans from Labour leader and StWC vice-president Jeremy Corbyn and even senior Tory MPs.
Bombing Syria would trigger “angry and determined” militants to cause more death and destruction, and would “recruit more desperate young men” to Isis, Mr Rylance told the crowd.
He added: “We need to look more deeply at the causes rather than just blow the place to smithereens.”
Film-maker Ken Loach, comedian Frankie Boyle, Green MP Caroline Lucas, Mr Rylance and Mr Eno were some signatories of an open letter handed to Downing Street, arguing against Britain launching military action in Syria.
It says: “Far from tackling terrorism, the last fourteen years of war have seen massively increased jihadi terrorist organisation around the world.”
Mr Cameron had reportedly been contacting Labour MPs to persuade them to vote for the air strikes, shadow international development secretary Ms Abbott told the crowd.
Ms Abbott added: “I believe and I hope under Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership, Labour MPs in Parliament will do the right thing.”
Meanwhile, smaller anti-war protests were being staged at 20 locations across the country, including Bristol, Coventry, Manchester, Milton Keynes, Swansea and Norwich.
DAVID MORGAN takes a look at the latest Strategic Defence and Security Review – and finds that the Tories are prioritising global power games over keeping this country safe: here.