Anti-war protesters march in London on eve of Syria strikes vote

A crowd of around 4,000 protesters opposed to air strikes in Syria marched from the Houses of Parliament in Westminster to the headquarters of the ruling Conservative party and main opposition Labour partyThousands of protesters gathered in central London on Tuesday in an effort to stop Britain joining air strikes on Islamic State targets in Syria, a day before a parliamentary vote on the move. A crowd of around 4,000 marched from the Houses of Parliament in Westminster to the headquarters of the ruling Conservative party and main opposition Labour party nearby. “We’re here to say one simple thing, don’t bomb Syria.

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