The MP has left his post as international development minister following the apparent suicide of a young Conservative Party activist
The survey showed 59 per cent people believe air strikes will increase terrorist attacks
David Cameron is to allocate overseas aid money to the likes of Fiji, Papua New Guinea, and Guyana
Sylvie Bermann said it was 'absolutely essential' that the UK joined military action in Syria
The Labour leader claimed the Prime Minister had not made a 'convincing case'
The Prime Minister outlines the case for Syrian air strikes: It can't do any harm.
Chatham House says David Cameron's plans to extend RAF air strikes to Syria were not based on 'natural analysis' of the conflict
The questions posed to the Prime Minister by the Foreign Affairs Select Committee and Mr Cameron’s answers
A vote on airstrikes could take place as soon as next week
The Prime Minsiter's car 'momentarily touched' another vehicle outside Number 10 ahead of the Autumn Statement
The move would cause uproar with Tory eurosceptics, who already poured scorn on the idea that restricting EU migrants' access to benefits would sufficiently reduce immigration
Britain's policy in Syria and Iraq depends on two partners on the ground: the Iraqi army and the moderate Syrian opposition to Assad and Isis. But the former is weak and the latter barely exists. Patrick Cockburn reports
'Members of Parliament will be able to take it away, consider it over the weekend, and then we go to having a full day’s debate and proper consideration, and a vote'
Exclusive: PM invited now disgraced activist to reception, which was cancelled when Tories began bullying investigation
Labour MPs who despair of Corbyn must think very carefully whether they have heard enough from the PM to justify air strikes
Among those attending are David Cameron, Barack Obama, Xi Jinping, and Narendra Modi