David Cameron will try to restore his authority after his Commons rebuff on Syria by reshuffling his ministerial team – and shaking up a Whips Office being blamed for his defeat on Thursday night, according to the Independent.
The Prime Minister said today he will continue to argue for a "robust response" to the Syrian regime's use of chemical weapons even though British military action had been ruled out after MPs voted against the principle of intervention.
David Cameron has backed Barack Obama after the president announced he is seeking congressional support to launch military action in Syria.
David Cameron accepted the public did not want intervention in Syria. But he might have got a different result if his ministers voted.