David Cameron has been criticised for going on holiday to Ibiza days after a soldier was murdered in Woolwich. Two Labour MPs questioned the Prime Minister's decision, with one saying it showed he was "utterly out of touch".
Shadow justice secretary Sadiq Khan said David Cameron took the decision to go on holiday based on the intelligence that he knows.
He said: "He's got the intelligence at his finger tips, he will know what the events of last week, what they involve, with intelligence, he's got people advising him - he's taken the decision to go on holiday and it's a decision that he's got to stand by."
Two Labour MPs have criticised David Cameron's "inappropriate" holiday to Ibiza.
John Mann, MP for Bassetlaw, told the Telegraph: "People expect him to be at his desk leading from the front. It is inappropriate that he is away, it suggests that he thinks he can run the country from a beach in Spain.
"Does anyone think Margaret Thatcher or Tony Blair would disappear at a time like this?"
Fellow MP Sarah Champion reportedly said: "While the country struggles to come to terms with the vile crime in Woolwich this week and investigations continue, he has swanned off to Ibiza. The public deserve better from their Prime Minister."
She added that Mr Cameron's decision to go on holiday showed he was "utterly out of touch."
The Prime Minister won support from an unlikely ally today when Nadine Dorries MP defended his holiday to Ibiza amid suggestions he should have stayed in the country.
The Conservative MP, who was briefly suspended from the party whip after taking part in the TV series 'I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here', said it was "ridiculous" to criticise him for having a few days away.