A ten hour debate has begun in the House of Commons over proposed British airstrikes against ISIS targets in Syria.
The debate will be followed by a vote on whether the UK should join allies including America and France in targeting the terrorist group in the war-torn Middle Eastern country.
The UK is currently targeting ISIS in Iraq, but the call to extend the bombing campaign over the border has provoked a heated debate in recent days.
Prime Minister David Cameron believes the action is essential to improve security in the UK, but Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is opposed to military action.
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