David Cameron has returned early to Downing Street from his family holiday in Cornwall to prepare for a National Security Council meeting on Wednesday which will discuss possible UK involvement in using force against the Assad regime.
Polzeath on the North Cornwall coast is once again basking in the national spotlight as the chosen holiday destination of a certain David and Samantha Cameron.
The PM has made the area his chosen holiday resort - in the UK at least - for the past few years.
Seth Conway reports:
The Prime Minister is on holiday in Polzeath with his wife Samantha and young children for their traditional Cornish holiday.
David Cameron and his family are expected to start their holiday in Cornwall on Tuesday.
The Prime Minister's wife Samantha gave birth at the Royal Cornwall Hospital in Truro during the family's Cornish holiday in 2010.
The Prime Minister has pledged his support for the region's farmers during a visit to the North Devon Show near Barnstaple. David Cameron toured food stalls and sampled local produce. He told young farmers at Umberleigh they were "the backbone of Britain".
David Cameron was in Devon today stating his support for British farming and calling it a 'growth industry'.
The Prime Minister was in the region attending the North Devon Show.
Barnstaple has seen the arrival of David Cameron this afternoon - the Prime Minister in the region to visit the North Devon Show.
He used the opportunity to speak to local farmers and promote West Country produce.
Prime Minister David Cameron is due to attend the North Devon Show today.
It's expected he'll make a speech praising the rural community in the region, with his visit timed to coincide with the harvest season.
The North Devon show gets underway near Barnstaple today. Along with the agricultural attractions, show jumping and crafts, the Environment Secretary Owen Patterson will be visiting. Gates open from 8am at Umberleigh Barton Farm.