Prime Minister David Cameron has agreed to use the word 'Daesh' when referring to the militant group which calls itself Islamic State.
Altho No10 acknowledges Daesh is an Arabic acronym for ISIS-they say we should not use English words 'Islamic' and 'State' to describe group
Also understood that the group does not like term Daesh as it's associated with terms ISIS/Daesh find insulting
Backbench Tory MP Rehman Chishti and shadow defence minister Hilary Benn have both previously called on Mr Cameron to use the Arabic name for the group, al-Dawla al-Islamyia fil Iraq wa'al Sham.
As well as removing the 'Islamic' part of the extremist group's name in English, the word is considered insulting as it sounds similar to the Arabic word for 'bigots'.
Mr Rehman led a campaign which saw some 170 MPs back his call.
Mr Cameron is thought to have resisted in case the public did not understand the change in phrasing.
The shadow chancellor warned it could foster another generation of militants determined to commit a Paris-style terror attack.
The Defence Secretary has warned the RAF that the fight against Islamic State will not be short or simple.
Officers were posted outside the constituency office of Neil Coyle, the Labour MP for Bermondsey & Old Southwark.