UK prime minister David Cameron has told that evil terror group don’t deserve to be called ISIS.
He is likely to win a sizeable backing for his call to strike back at the terror group in their Syrian strongholds, including their self-declared capital of Raqqa.
A House of Commons debate, which is expected to last more than ten hours, will be followed by a vote that could be held as late as 10pm.
But, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn along with many of his MPs and the SNP will vote against RAF airstrikes in the war torn country.
Mps will today decide whether Britain should bomb Islamic State (ISIS) jihadists in Syria.