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Corbyn speaks at Stop the War Coalition demo near Parliament

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Corbyn speaks at Stop the War Coalition demo near Parliament

Corbyn speaks at Stop the War Coalition demo near Parliament

Former Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn spoke at a small demo by the Stop the War Coalition outside Parliament ahead of the five-hour emergency debate in the House of Commons.

Fellow speakers at the sparsely-attended protest in Westminster also include Labour MPs Richard Burgon and Zarah Sultana.

Report by Edwardst.

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