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Hundreds of people are expected to attend a protest in Bristol tonight against the Government's plans to bomb the so-called Islamic State in Syria. The Stop the War demonstration comes as MPs debate the issue at Westminster. The protest is being held from 1730 near Cascade Steps in the city centre.
By lunchtime today nearly a thousand people had accepted the invite to attend on Bristol Stop the War Coalition's facebook site.
MPs are preparing to vote on whether to join coalition airstrikes in Syria. David Cameron called a one-day Commons debate which will begin today (Dec 2) and will finish later today around 10pm.
Kerry McCarthy, Labour MP for Bristol East, has written a statement on why she has taken the stance to "vote against air strikes".
You can read her full statement here.
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Hundreds rallied in Bristol on Wednesday night, protesting the government's military action against the so-called Islamic State in Syria.
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