Opponents of Corbyn have long framed him as a threat to security due to his cautious views on war and foreign policy.
Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May drinks from a mug as she meets youth activists during a visit to the Young Minds mental health charity while on the election campaign trail, in London, Thursday May 11, 2017.
Instead, the United Kingdom would have a "robust and independent foreign policy" working towards peace and security.
"But I am not a pacifist. I accept that military action, under worldwide law and as a genuine last resort, is in some circumstances necessary", he will say.
In his speech, Corbyn will say he is "not a pacifist" but he will argue that military intervention has become "almost routine in recent times".
Today Corbyn, a former chair of Stop the War, will say he accept the use of military action as a last resort but vow that Britain's security must not be "outsourced" to "an erratic Trump administration".
In a speech to the Chatham House worldwide affairs think tank in central London, he is expected to say: "The best defence for Britain is a government actively engaged in seeking peaceful solutions to the world's problems. It would mean world leaders had already triggered a spiral of catastrophe for humankind".
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51% of respondents told Comres that the Conservatives had "more realistic and well thought out policies than Labour" as opposed to 31% who thought that Labour's policies were more realistic.
A draft of Labour's manifesto leaked on Wednesday night said the party would place "peace, universal rights and worldwide law" at the heart of foreign policy, while committing to meeting the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation target of spending 2% of GDP on defence and to maintaining the Trident nuclear deterrent.
"If elected Prime Minister, I will do everything necessary to protect the safety and security of our people and our country", he will say.
Labour's programme of reform is significantly more popular among voters than the party's leader Jeremy Corbyn, a new poll suggests.
Mrs May will say that in the final weeks before polling day she will be campaigning "in all corners of the United Kingdom" in a drive to "earn the trust of all our people".
Britain won't kowtow to Donald Trump in its foreign policy if Labour wins the June 8 general election, party leader Jeremy Corbyn will say, taking a swipe at Prime Minister Theresa May on Friday for her overtures to the US president.
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