David Cameron is facing increasing calls to toughen laws to combat the threat of Islamist extremism following the murder of US journalist James Foley, allegedly by a British jihadist.
Conservative MP Julian Lewis called for more action to tackle extremist ideology, telling the Guardian: "We should not be neutral between Islamist totalitarianism and democracy."
Former Middle East minister Alistair Burt said the government should reconsider the decision to scrap control orders.
"If the authorities believe someone to be dangerous - what sort of monitoring is possible of that individual?
"It is time to revisit control orders. These were cancelled when we came into office. But circumstances have changed," he told the newspaper.
A British family have told ITV News of their devastation after discovering a close relative is fighting with the Islamic State in Iraq.
A French journalist who was held hostage with James Foley in Syria has told ITV News it was "devastating" to see his murder.