Ministers discussed the situation in Afghanistan, as well as the recent spate of attacks on embassies of Western countries across the Arab world, at this morning's weekly meeting of Cabinet in 10 Downing Street. Following the Cabinet meeting, Mr Cameron's official spokesman told reporters:
As you would expect, we take very seriously the safety of our armed forces.
Commanders on the ground have clearly judged the need at the present time to tighten up procedures, but this will not have any significant impact on the role of our forces and their operations on the ground.
Foreign Secretary William Hague insisted today that there had been 'no change' in strategy or tactics in Afghanistan.
Nato-led forces in Afghanistan are reportedly scaling back operations with Afghan forces after a wave of 'insider attacks'.
British soldiers are among those who have been killed in an "insider" attack suspected to involve members of the Afghan police.