Skepta, Rudimental, Brian May; The Music And TV Stars Standing With Corbyn Against Airstrikes In Syria

An 11-hour debate on whether Britain will extend its air strike campaign from Iraq into Syria is raging in the House of Commons. The move would be a response to the attacks by ISIS in Paris on November 13, where 130 civilians were killed. Ahead of the debate this morning Prime Minister David Cameron labelled Jeremy Corbyn a ‘terrorist sympathiser’ for his stance against airstrikes in Syria. Here are the music and TV stars who stand alongside Corbyn on the issue.

Leeds five-piece Hookworms – who have changed their Twitter bio in solidarity with Corbyn:

Keane frontman Tom Chaplin, who’s been arguing with Piers Morgan about the issue since the Paris attacks:

Charlotte Church:

Enter Shikari frontman Rou Reynolds, who sees today as a bleak day:

All of Enter Shikari does, actually:

Sleaford Mods:

Skepta:

Don’t Bomb Syria.

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Trainspotting writer Irvine Welsh:

Reading four-piece Sundara Karma:

Queen guitarist Brian May:

Stephen Fry:

Catastrophe’s Rob Delaney:

JME:

Maverick Sabre:

Rudimental’s Piers Agget:

Last but not least – The Stone Roses’ Ian Brown:

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The MPs are expected to vote on the issue at 22:00 GMT tonight (December 2).