london - The House of Commons vote on Wednesday airstrikes on IS terrorists in Syria. British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that he preceded the vote will conduct a debate on the proposal. British aircraft are currently performing all attacks on IS- racking in Iraq.
Opposition Labour Party has indicated that its MPs are free to voice their choice on the subject, any advice that the Prime Minister can possibly help a majority. The Labour Party Jeremy Corbyn is deeply divided over the initiative, but Cameron has also to make his own conservative camp with recalcitrant MPs.