Labour: 'Corbyn would use military action'
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Labour: 'Corbyn would use military action'

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn will tell an audience at Chatham House that he is "not a pacifist" and accepts that military action is needed "as a last resort".

Barry Gardiner, shadow international trade secretary, says that he can think of "circumstances" in which Jeremy Corbyn would use military action. He says the Labour leader is "absolutely committed to the security of this country".

Mr Gardiner also criticised the Sun headline of "Crash, Bang, Wallies," saying that level of debate was beneath the Today programme.

  • 12 May 2017
  • From the section UK
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