The Prime Minister has called for Britain – which is already bombing ISIS in Iraq – to join France, the US and Russia in launching airstrikes in Syria.
A squadron of 10 French jets has dropped 20 bombs on targets across ISIS capital Raqqa as REVENGE for the Paris terror attacks.
Mr Cameron admitted he needs to convince MPs to agree to a campaign – but vowed to bomb first and ask permission later if British interests are under threat.
He said: “I have always said I think that it is sensible that we should – ISIL don’t recognize a border between Iraq and Syria and neither should we – but I need to build the argument, I need to take it to parliament, I need to convince more people.”
“We won’t hold that vote unless we can see that parliament would endorse action because to fail on this would be damaging.
“It is not a question of damaging the government it is a question of not damaging our country and its reputation in the world.”