Shadow Foreign Secretary Emily Thornberry has rejected the suggestion that military action could be the solution to the Syrian civil war.
Ms Thornberry told an emergency debate into the humanitarian crisis in Aleppo that she is "not a pacifist" and believes in using military force "where military force can be effective", but added: "Personally I believe that in a multi-playered, mult-faceted civil war such as Syria, the last thing we need is more parties bombing.
"What we need is a ceasefire and in fact for people to draw back."
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