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Labour to avoid revolt by voting against overseas operations bill

Party says it is not in best interests of ‘British justice or military standing in the world’

  • The dishonest OOB strips British troops of justice | John Healey

Labour is gearing up to vote against the overseas operations bill in the Commons on Tuesday, to halt a damaging run of rebellions at a time when the party is in turmoil following the suspension of Jeremy Corbyn.

Writing in the Guardian, John Healey, the party’s shadow defence secretary, described the bill as “dishonest and damaging” and said it was “not in the best interests of British troops, British justice or British military standing in the world”.

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