Jeremy Corbyn: How Labour leader opposed attacking ISIS and anti-terrorism laws


In 2015, the Labour leader voted against UK airstrikes or any military action against ISIS in Syria. Mr Corbyn has also voted to oppose other foreign military interventions in Libya in 2011 and Iraq in 2003. Back in 2005, he rebelled against his party’s whip as a backbencher to vote against the Prevention of Terrorism bill, which...