MPs who specialise in foreign affairs have agreed to meet a delegation of Kurds who forced their way into the Dutch parliamentary building on Monday night demanding action against Islamic State militants besieging the northern Syrian town of Kobani.

Several hundred Kurds entered the complex but did not go past the security barriers and were not near to the parliamentary offices.

Nevertheless, PVV leader Geert Wilders has described security at the building as 'as leaky as a sieve' and described the temporary occupation as 'unacceptable'.

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