The PM has told ITV News a push for peace in Syria that will see "butcher" Assad temporarily stay in power is not against his original goal.Read the full story ›
The Prime Minister responds to accusations made in a biography written by a former party donor.Read the full story ›
David Cameron is facing a legal challenge over his decision to target Islamic State militants in Syria without Parliamentary approval.Read the full story ›
European leaders have been told their collective pledge of more than one billion euros will not end an accelerating refugee crisis.Read the full story ›
David Cameron's foreign policy expertise has been questioned in new claims published from Lord Ashcroft's biography.Read the full story ›
Labour shadow minister Jonathan Ashworth has called on David Cameron to reveal when he knew about Lord Ashcroft's 'non-dom' tax status.
He said: "Amidst the furore around Lord Ashcroft's new book there lies a serious question mark over the consistency of the Prime Minister's statements about the peer's tax status."
Lord Ashcroft wrote that he made the Prime Minister fully aware of his non-domiciled status in 2009, and that the two had discussed keeping it secret until after the general election.
However in March 2010, when his status was made public, David Cameron said the full details were 'only' known by Lord Ashcroft and the Inland Revenue.
"The Prime Minister should immediately clarify exactly when he first knew of Lord Ashcroft's non-domiciled status," Ashworth added.
Tory donor Lord Ashcroft's book, entitled Call Me Dave, could be politically damaging for the PM as well as personally embarrassing.Read the full story ›
David Cameron believes there is a strong case for taking action against Islamic State militants in Syria.
The Prime Minister wants to proceed with consensus if military action is taken, a spokeswoman for Mr Cameron said.
The spokeswoman also said the Prime Minister's position on action against Islamic State had not changed because of the election of Jeremy Corbyn as leader of the Labour party.
"The PM thinks there is a strong case for taking action against ISIL in Syria in the way that the UK is taking action against ISIL next door in Iraq," his spokeswoman said.
The comments come as Mr Cameron visited a camp in Lebanon to meet Syrian refugees who have fled their country's civil war.
David Cameron has been caught in an embarrassing off-camera gaffe about people in Yorkshire "hating each other".Read the full story ›