BRITAIN WILL go to war again after politicians today voted overwhelmingly to join airstrikes against the so-called Islamic State terrorist group.
RAF jets could now fly bombing missions over Iraq within hours after all three major parties backed action against the brutal regime, which David Cameron called a "clear" threat to Britain.
The vote comes amid warnings that the action to defeat the Islamic terrorists could take years.
Initially British airstrikes will only take place over Iraq, despite the IS group controlling areas of Syria in its bid to establish an Islamic caliphate across the Middle East.
The vote comes after the Iraqi government requested support in dealing with the militant group.
Action could also extend to Syria, as well as Iraq after Prime Minister David Cameron said today that there is a "strong case" for it.
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