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7 de abril de 2017


Jeremy Corbyn was accused of 'dereliction of duty' today as he condemned the US strikes on Syria - despite his deputy welcoming them.
The Labour leader, who previously opposed airstrikes against Assad and ISIL force in the country, took nearly nine hours before finally releasing a statement accusing America of 'escalating' the conflict.
In contrast, his deputy Tom Watson welcomed Donald Trump's 'proportionate' reprisals against the Syrian regime following the chemical weapons atrocity that killed scores of civilians this week.

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