A large group of militants from the so-called Islamic State have been killed in Syria by a series of airstrikes in Raqqa province.
The UK-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights says that at least 32 IS jihadists were killed and over 40 wounded when aircraft from the US-led coalition hit positions near Raqqa city, the de facto capital city of the self-styled Caliphate.
The shadow chancellor warned it could foster another generation of militants determined to commit a Paris-style terror attack.
The Defence Secretary has warned the RAF that the fight against Islamic State will not be short or simple.
Officers were posted outside the constituency office of Neil Coyle, the Labour MP for Bermondsey & Old Southwark.