David Cameron has given his strongest indication yet that he will call a vote on British airstrikes in Syria despite Jeremy's Corbyn's opposition to action.
The Prime Minister said all MPs would have to make their minds up "when the choice comes".
The comments, in a press conference at the Commonwealth Heads of Government summit in Malta, come with senior ministers contacting Labour MPs to try to convince them to back an extension of RAF strikes against Islamic State (IS).
"I hope that when the choice comes people will indicate that this is the right thing for Britain to do. It is and we should do it," Mr Cameron said.