David Cameron defends 'clear' Iraq strategy
Prime Minister David Cameron has insisted the government's position on Iraq is "clear" and said the UK would not deploy "boots on the ground".
Mr Cameron said Britain would "use all the assets that we have", including "military prowess" and aid to defeat the "monstrous" Islamic State militant group (IS).
Parliament did not need to be recalled to discuss Iraq, he added.
Labour said Britain's role in the crisis was "pretty unclear".
Sean Curran reports.
18 Aug 2014
- From the section Middle East