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Bamboozled by Boris the mischief maker: Explosive biography tells how Cameron and Osborne silenced mayor with £93million of public money after his threat to overshadow Tory conference


London Mayor: Boris Johnson (pictured with his wife Marina Wheeler at London 2012) mischievously threatened to overshadow a major Tory event
Boris Johnson was silenced with more than £90million of public money after he threatened to lob a political hand grenade into a Tory party conference, it was claimed last night.

Currys refuses to repair customer's giant £800 65in TV which was broken by a FLY - because it claims it was an 'act of God'



Electrical giant Currys refused to repair a customer's 65in television after it was broken by a fly, because it was an 'act of God'. 
Chris Chamney, 22, from Cosby, Leicestershire, had paid £800 for the LG TV on Boxing Day last year but last week it stopped working and the pixels on the screen went blank.

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That's what you call an upgrade! Russian billionaire unveils his £260m superyacht which is 300ft high, has eight floors and an underwater observation room - replacing his measly £190m boat



When money is no object, it pays to keep up with the times.
And that's exactly what one Russian billionaire has done as he has upgraded his £190million superyacht for a new model - at a cost of £260million. 
Andrey Igorevich Melnichenko's 'Sailing Yacht A,' which Mr Melnichenko is thought to have named 'A' to ensure it is listed first in shipping registers, is taking its first sea trials in Kiel, northern Germany.

Bound to a pole, bludgeoned with a bat and forced to listen to his wife being raped: US doctor who survived home invasion and triple murder of his family reveals horrific details of tragedy in new book



It was the crime that horrified America. On a balmy summer night in 2007, a mother and her two daughters were brutally murdered by a pair of callous petty criminals.
Joanna Hawke-Petit, 48, and her daughters Michaela, 11, and Hayley, 17, died at the hands of Joshua Komisarjevsky and Steven Hayes.

The secrets of Dave's 'Chipping Snorton' set: Drugs, fox-hunting and the gilded world of Cotswold elite he's oh-so at home with



From a giant marquee in the grounds of a honeycomb-coloured Cotswold farm, thudding music reverberates into the night. 
Blacked-out Range Rovers — the vehicle of choice for west Oxfordshire’s wealthy — are spread across a field like a row of small tanks, dwarfing the sleek limousines and the sports cars with personalised number plates.

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Great British Bake Off star Sue Perkins reveals brain tumour consultant told her being infertile would be EASIER because she's a lesbian



The nation joined Sue Perkins in mourning when she revealed earlier this month that a benign tumour in her brain has meant that she can never have children.
The Great British Bake Off presenter revealed in an interview that she has been living with the growth, known as prolactinomas, in her pituitary gland for eight years.

Even princes have to go outside to smoke! Harry spotted enjoying a crafty cigarette while celebrating his birthday at London pub



A series of new images have emerged of Prince Harry enjoying a puff on a friend's cigarette during his birthday celebrations last week.
The photographs, thought to be taken outside the London pub where he marked turning 31, clearly show Harry and a group of fellow smokers enjoying a nicotine hit on the pavement.

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The baby born with shrapnel in her HEAD: Heroic medics in Syria bring 'dead' newborn back to life after emergency caesarean following a bomb blast in Aleppo



This astonishing footage shows medics in Syria performing an emergency caesarean on a woman whose unborn baby has been injured in a missile strike in Aleppo.
The incredible video captures the moment doctors pull the baby girl from the womb with a piece of shrapnel implanted in her tiny brow.

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EXCLUSIVE: Jeremy Corbyn's first wife reveals how their marriage really ended after his lover Diane Abbott made a 'hostile' home visit and told her to 'get out of town'



Asked if she thought Ms Abbott harboured feelings of jealousy towards her, she replied: 'I think she did. But I was still a councillor. I still had responsibilities. I was still going to meetings and Jeremy and I were still seeing each other there.'

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Hundreds gather at Dubai mosque to pay their respects at the funeral of ruler's son after he dies from a heart attack aged just 33



Tributes: Sheikh Rashid bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum died on Saturday
A three-day mourning period has been announced in the UAE after the son of Dubai's ruler died of a heart attack.

BAFTA awards, drugs charges and sudden death: As Grange Hill actress reveals breast cancer battle, what happened to the other child stars of popular Eighties series?



former Grange Hill star recently revealed her battle with breast cancer as a warning to other women, but what happened to the other cast members of the popular Eighties TV show?

FIFTEEN young children - including four babies - among 34 refugees who drowned after their boat sank off Greek island



These heartbreaking images show the terrifying moment an overcrowded dinghy packed with refugees deflated and left them swimming desperately to shore.
One picture shows a breathless fully clothed father carrying his two-month-old baby boy through the water in a rubber ring as their crammed dinghy collapsed 100m from the Greek holiday island of Lesbos.

Five sets of twins in two generations: Identical twin women are each expecting their SECOND set of identical twins - due just two weeks apart



Identical twins Kerri Bunker and Kelli Wall both have a set of twins each.
But in a remarkable coincidence, the mothers are now both pregnant with their second sets of twins – due two weeks apart next spring.

How does she eat? Sia hides behind bizarre silver mask as she steps out for romantic dinner date with husband Erik Anders Lang



Sia Furler's unique array of face-coverings may shield her face, but they do little to conceal her identity.
On Sunday night, the 39-year-old Chandelier singer was spotted leaving trendy Japanese restaurant in La night wearing another outlandish mask: a silver, robot-like face piece with no eye, nose or mouth holes.

X Factor judge Rita Ora fails to win the neighbours' votes thanks to loud partying, building work and a PLASTIC front hedge



X Factor judge Rita Ora is not winning her neighbours' votes - thanks to loud partying, rebuilding work and a plastic front hedge at her home, it has been claimed.
The 24-year-old is said to have held an all-night party at her semi-detached house in North London recently with guests including fellow judge Nick Grimshaw and supermodel Kate Moss.

Hot mesh! Nicki Minaj flaunts her killer curves in form-fitting barely-there dress as she puts on a busty display at Alexander Wang's NYFW show



It might be New York Fashion Week, but Nicki Minaj will always have her own rulebook when it comes to style.

Style before comfort! Kim Kardashian squeezes her growing bump into unforgiving leather skirt and ripped top



There's nothing straightforward about dressing while pregnant.
Indeed the unique challenges of a constantly changing body shape mean clothes can flatter one day and not fit the next.

Back with her bangs! Kate debuts chic new hairstyle as she joins William at Balmoral church ahead of her return to royal duties


The Duchess of Cambridge looked radiant as she debuted a flattering new hairstyle for morning prayers at Crathie Kirk church in Scotland on Sunday.
Kate, 33, who will see a return to royal duties over the coming weeks - including an appearance at the opening ceremony of the Rugby World Cup - debuted chic bangs for the occasion.

Victoria Beckham almost cracks a smile as she takes her turn on the catwalk at New York Fashion Week supported by husband David and eldest son Brooklyn



She's topped the pop charts on both sides of the Atlantic before turning into a hugely successful fashion designer.

That's all Labour needs! Now ex-Greek finance minister Varoufakis offers to help Corbyn draw up his economic blueprint


Former Greek finance minister Yanis Varoufakis today offered to help new Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn draw up his economic blueprint.
Mr Corbyn stormed to a landslide victory on the back of his hardline opposition to spending cuts and call for billions more in borrowing.

We can't take any more!' Germany stops ALL trains from Austria as they reintroduce border controls and suspend Schengen



Germany’s open-door policy to refugees appeared to be unravelling tonight following the country's reinstatement of border controls to curb the overwhelming influx of migrants.

From SAS to VIP: Bear Grylls's profits run wild as survival expert makes £3.3million a YEAR on his business empire



Having eaten everything from live tarantulas to elephant dung, Bear Grylls insists survival is rarely pretty.
That said, in his case it’s turned out to be beautifully profitable.
On the back of his TV escapades and books, the self-styled adventurer – a former SAS soldier – has become the head of a global business empire worth millions.

Tears and loneliness of boarding school... for the mothers left behind: How September is a painful month for those packing their children off for another term away


 
 
Heartbroken: Wendy Faux and her children (left to right) Freddie, 15, Maddie, 11, Jessica, nine, and Georgia, 13
Wendy Faux chokes back the tears as she climbs into her car, waving to her youngest daughter, Jessica, as she walks off, her rucksack slung nonchalantly over her shoulder. A new study term stretches out ahead of her.

Prince Harry and his ex Chelsy Davy 'thinking of giving relationship another chance' after secret tryst in African jungle



When she and Prince Harry separated after a tempestuous seven-year romance, she vowed to friends ‘that ship has sailed’.

Shocking moment hijab-wearing girl is attacked from behind and knocked to the floor unconscious as police reveal huge rise in hate crimes against Muslims



This shocking video shows the moment a 16-year-old girl wearing a hijab was struck in the head in an unprovoked attack on an east London street. 

Harrow art teach who resigned after her topless pictures went viral Joane comes out fighting by entering a woman's boxing bout

She was once every schoolboy’s fantasy. Now Joanne Salley, who resigned as an art teacher at Harrow school after topless pictures of her were circulated by the pupils, is to set pulses racing again.

EXCLUSIVE: 'Doctor, where is my son?': Agony of the mother who claims her newborn was swapped with 'changeling' in an El Salvador hospital as she comes face to face with doctor arrested for 'trafficking'



The mother of the baby boy allegedly swapped at birth at a private hospital in El Salvador screamed: 'Doctor, where is my son?' as she confronted her gynecologist. 

'They got what they deserved': Fanatic's childhood friend delivers scathing verdict after British jihadis who were planning atrocity in Britain are killed by drone strike ordered by the PM



A British fanatic killed by an RAF drone was plotting an atrocity at an event attended by the Queen.
David Cameron stunned MPs yesterday by revealing the UK had used military force in Syria without parliamentary authority and against a Briton.
‘There was a terrorist directing murder on our streets and no other means to stop him,’ said the Prime Minister.
A second Islamic State fanatic from Britain, Ruhul Amin, died with the main target, Reyaad Khan, in the secret operation on August 21.
A third, Junaid Hussain, was killed three days later by a US drone in a joint operation with the UK. 
Stephen Marvin, a former school friend of Amin, said he deserved his fate. ‘It’s hard to say he didn’t get what he deserved in the end,’ he told ITV News. ‘He was my childhood best friend but he was a totally different person in the last 12 to 18 months so it was hard to sympathise with him.’
Reyaad Khan, 21, (left) and Ruhul Amin,  (right) appeared together in an ISIS recruitment video last year aimed at luring jihadists to Syria and Iraq
Reyaad Khan, 21, from Cardiff, (left) and Ruhul Amin, from Aberdeen, (right) appeared together in an ISIS recruitment video last year aimed at luring jihadists to Syria and Iraq
Two other ISIS militants, including British national Ruhul Amin, were also killed in the attack on Khan on August 21Reyaad Khan, 21, from Cardiff, was killed in response to a 'direct threat' to the British people, the Prime Minister said
Reyaad Khan, 21, from Cardiff, was killed in response to a 'direct threat' to the British people, the Prime Minister said. Ruhul Amin, from Aberdeen, was also killed in the attack on August 21
The revelation that Khan, 21 and from Cardiff, had been assassinated in the first RAF drone strike against a Briton triggered claims of extra-judicial killing.
But Mr Cameron insisted the attacks were an act of self-defence and not a softening-up exercise to persuade Parliament to vote for further military action against Islamic State targets in Syria.
Some of the IS plots had been foiled while others were still active, he added.
Asked if he would do it again, the Prime Minister told MPs: ‘If it is necessary to safeguard the UK and act in self-defence, and there are no other ways of doing it, then yes, I would. The choice we were left with was to think, this is all too difficult, throw up our arms and walk away, and then wait for the chaos and terrorism to hit Britain, or to take action in the national interest.’
He said Khan and Hussain were orchestrating attacks on ‘high-profile public commemorations’ over the summer from the IS stronghold of Raqqah.
Targets included VJ Day last month and the VE day commemorations of May 8. The commemorations were attended by scores of war veterans and dignitaries – including the Queen.
Other events in the fanatics’ sights are understood to have been Armed Forces Day in June, which marked the murder of Lee Rigby by two Islamist extremists, and the 100th anniversary of the Anzac landings at Gallipoli in April.
Mr Cameron had been expected to deliver a statement to MPs solely on the refugee crisis caused by the war between IS and the Syrian regime. But, after pledging to provide sanctuary to 20,000 Syrians, he shocked MPs with the revelations about the operation against Khan, who has featured in IS recruitment propaganda.
Ex-Conservative Attorney General Dominic Grieve said the strikes were ‘draconian’, adding: ‘I strongly suspect it will lead to a legal challenge.’ Kate Hudson of the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament said it was an extra-judicial killing.
Another British fanatic, Junaid Hussain, from Birmingham was killed by a US drone strike late last month
Another British fanatic, Junaid Hussain, from Birmingham was killed by a US drone strike late last month
The Prime Minister said he would stick to his pledge to hold a Commons vote – probably next month – before ordering the RAF to conduct bombing raids against Islamic State terrorists in Syria.
‘I believe that case only grows stronger with the growing number of terrorist plots being directed or inspired by IS’s core leadership in Raqqah,’ he added.
But Michael Clarke, of the Royal United Services Institute, a think-tank, said Mr Cameron appeared to be trying to ‘log-roll a controversial issue through Parliament’ by wrapping it up with the high-profile case involving Khan.
Professor Clarke warned the strategy could backfire because of anger caused by the drone strike.
Lord McDonald, the former director of public prosecutions, said the killing of Khan was legal and justified. He said: ‘It is appropriate to invoke the principle of self-defence and to target him. 
Khan, who was previously a straight A student in Cardiff, became a poster boy for ISIS when he appeared in a propaganda video entitled 'There Is No Life Without Jihad' in June last year, urging Westerners to join the war. 
Please come back before it is too late. You are my only one son. I love you so much. 
Khan's mother, Rukia, after his disappearance in 2013 
Later attending St David’s Catholic sixth-form college in the city, he was described by friends as a studious pupil who loved sports.  
At the time of his disappearance, Khan’s family said they were desperate for him to come home. 
His mother Rukia, 41, pleaded: ‘Please come back before it is too late. You are my only one son. I love you so much.’   
But after arriving in Syria in late 2013 along with his friend, 21-year-old medical student Nasser Muthana, Khan changed beyond recognition.
Like many ISIS fighters, he was a prolific Twitter user, frequently posting graphic images and bloodthirsty posts.
In one, he posted gruesome images of the corpses of alleged ISIS victims, tweeting: ‘Guys we caught and executed. This is how they looked less than an hr l8er [sic]’.
He also laughed about witnessing the ‘longest decapitation ever’ and boasted in another: ‘Executed many prisoners yesterday.’
But his Facebook page, which also lists him as a Chelsea FC fan who enjoyed playing computer games FIFA 12 and Call of Duty, reveals how rapidly he transformed from a normal teenager to a bloodthirsty jihadi fighter.
After appearing in the propaganda video with a Kalashnikov assault rifle against his shoulder, his mother said she believed he had been ‘brainwashed’ into joining ISIS. 
David Cameron used a speech in the House of Commons to unveil details of an RAF drone strike which killed three jihadis in Syria, including two Britons
Addressing MPs for the first time since their summer break, Mr Cameron said there had been a dramatic escalation in the terror threat against Britain. 
There were 15 ISIS-related attacks around the world in the whole of 2014, but this year alone there have already been more than 150.  
The Prime Minister announced that six terror attacks on Britain have been foiled this year.
'If there is a direct threat to the British people and we are able to stop it taking immediate action then as Prime Minister I will take that action,' Mr Cameron said.
The Prime Minister insisted that the drone strike was 'entirely lawful' after taking legal advice from the Attorney General.  
'We were exercising the UK's inherent right to self-defence. There was clear evidence of the individuals in question planning and directing armed attacks against the UK.
'These were part of a series of actual and foiled attempts to attack the UK and our allies.
'And in the prevailing circumstances in Syria, the airstrike was the only feasible means of effectively disrupting the attacks planned and directed by this individual.
Teenager: Before leaving for Syria in late 2013, Khan (circled), was a straight A pupil who loved sports
Teenager: Before leaving for Syria in late 2013, Khan (circled), was a straight A pupil who loved sports
Reyaad Khan's Twitter profile picture, which comes under the name the nom de guerre Abu Dujana, who boasted of being prepared to be a martyr. Khan was killed in an RAF strike on ISIS' de facto capital Raqqa on August 21
Reyaad Khan's Twitter profile picture, which comes under the name the nom de guerre Abu Dujana, who boasted of being prepared to be a martyr
'So it was necessary and proportionate for the individual self-defence of the UK.'
However, political opponents raised concerns about the decision to launch military action in Syria without first seeking permission from the House of Commons. 
Hussain and Khan were 'actively recruiting' ISIS sympathisers and 'seeking to orchestrate specific and barbaric attacks against the West, including directing a number of planned terrorist attacks right here in Britain, such as plots to attack high profile public commemorations, including those taking place this summer,' the PM said.
There was a terrorist directing murder on our streets and no other means to stop him
Prime Minister David Cameron 
'We should be under no illusion. Their intention was the murder of British citizens. So on this occasion we ourselves took action.
'Today I can inform the House that in an act of self-defence and after meticulous planning Reyaad Khan was killed in a precision air strike carried out on August 21 by an RAF remotely piloted aircraft while he was travelling in a vehicle in the area of Raqqah in Syria.
'In addition to Reyaad Khan who was the target of the strike, two IS associates were also killed, one of whom - Ruhul Amin, has been identified as a UK national.
'They were IS fighters and I can confirm there were no civilian casualties.
Mr Cameron went on: 'My first duty as Prime Minister is to keep the British people safe.
'That is what I will always do. There was a terrorist directing murder on our streets and no other means to stop him.
'This government does not for one moment take these decisions lightly.
Sick: Reyaad Khan (left) and Nasser Muthana (right) - both from Cardiff - featured in a propaganda video last June in which they urged Britons to travel to Syria
Sick: Reyaad Khan (left) and Nasser Muthana (right) - both from Cardiff - featured in a propaganda video last June in which they urged Britons to travel to Syria
The Prime Minister defended the decision to launch military action in Syria without asking for MPs to approve airstrikes in advance
The Prime Minister defended the decision to launch military action in Syria without asking for MPs to approve airstrikes in advance
'But I am not prepared to stand here in the aftermath of a terrorist attack on our streets and have to explain to the House why I did not take the chance to prevent it, when I could have done.
'That is why I believe our approach is right.'
The premier said the UK's intelligence agencies had identified the direct threat from Khan.
'At a meeting of the most senior members of the National Security Council, we agreed that should the right opportunity arise, then the military action should take action,' he said.
'The strike was conducted according to specific military rules of engagement, which always comply with international law and the principles of proportionality and military necessity.
'The military assessed the target location and chose the optimum time to minimise the risk of civilian casualties. 

COULD FAMILIES OF DEAD FANATICS NOW SUE THE UK GOVERNMENT?

Britain could be sued by the family of dead ISIS fanatic Reyaad Khan, ministers were warned this afternoon.
David Cameron today repeatedly insisted that the government’s decision to authorise the drone strike was ‘entirely lawful’ and compatible with UN rules because the government was acting in self-defence.
The airstrike was signed off as legal by the Government’s most senior lawyer after intelligence chiefs alerted ministers to Khan’s planned terror plots in Britain this summer.
Under article 51 of the UN charter countries have an ‘inherent right’ to act in self-defence ‘if an armed attack occurs against a Member of the United Nations’.
However, the former Attorney General Dominic Grieve tonight warned that the government would be unable to release the secret intelligence which showed Britain was under threat. This would leave the government open to being sued by Khan’s family, who live in Britain.
He told the BBC: ‘I very strongly suspect that in view of the fact that this man was a British national with family in this country it will probably lead to a legal challenge in due course.’
Downing Street has confirmed the full details of the legal justification for the strikes will not be published. 
Mr Cameron said Britain’s intelligence agencies had identified the fanatic as a direct threat to the UK. The PM said the National Security Council then agreed that ‘should the right opportunity arise, then the military action should take action’.
‘The Attorney General attended the meeting and confirmed there was a legal basis for action. And on that basis, the Defence Secretary authorised the operation.’
Critics of the 2003 invasion have repeatedly claimed that it broke international law and accuse Tony Blair of taking the country to war on a lie. 
'This was a sensitive operation to prevent a very real threat to our country.' 
Friends of Khan’s reacted to the news today, following Mr Cameron’s statement.
Mohammad Islam, a former local Councillor and family friend of Khan’s, told ITV News: ‘Obviously once I heard the news, [I was] very devastated and shocked for the local community.
‘I find this very tragic and upsetting for myself and for the local community. [It is the] same situation for the family.’
He added: ‘The whole community and family are very much devastated and shocked, and they need time to heal their wounds.’
He continued: ‘I’m against radicalism and extremism. I’m trying to campaign against radicalism from the young, vulnerable Muslim kids taken away from the community by those evil-minded ISIS or any groups from the UK.’ 
People at the mosque used by the family of Reyaad tonight admitted that they had no idea he had been killed by an RAF drone.
Mokaddus Miah, Secreatary of Jalalia mosque in Grangetown, Cardiff, said: ‘If a person has done something bad then he has what’s coming to him. Anyone who wants to do something wrong must be punished. But I would have preferred to see him tried in a British court.’
Another friend, who did not want to be named, believed his parents were not aware he was killed by the RAF.
He said: ‘It is terrible, devastating, for them.’
A member of the mosque who only wanted to be known as ‘Shamsu’ said about British forces having killed Reyaad: ‘It makes it worse because it’s like your own country that’s killed you.
‘But they [the government] should’ve stopped him before he even got there because he’s a child at the end of the day and he’s been manipulated.’ 
Labour's acting leader Harriet Harman said she only learned of the August 21 attack for the first time at a briefing earlier today.
Responding to Mr Cameron's statement, she called for the legal advice justifying the decision to be published.
Ms Harman added: 'Why didn't the Attorney General authorise this specific action rather than merely 'confirming there was a legal basis for it'?'
She continued: 'What was it about this individual and his actions that singled him out from all that has gone before? Did he represent an ongoing threat or was the threat based on a specific act he was plotting?
Ms Harman said there was a need for 'independent scrutiny' of the attack and said David Anderson, the independent reviewer of counter terrorism policy, should review the events.
Last month a major security operation was mounted in central London over fears of an ISIS attack against a VJ Day parade attended by the Queen
Last month a major security operation was mounted in central London over fears of an ISIS attack against a VJ Day parade attended by the Queen
Security chiefs disrupted the plot to cause carnage at the events to mark the end of the Far East campaign, during which 30,000 British troops were killed between 1941 to 1945
Security chiefs disrupted the plot to cause carnage at the events to mark the end of the Far East campaign, during which 30,000 British troops were killed between 1941 to 1945
She told MPs the Labour leadership - due to hand over to the newly elected leader on Saturday - would look at any case for expanding on-going British bombing in Iraq into Syria.
Ms Harman said: 'We will carefully consider any proposals in relation to military action in Syria the Government brings forward. But we all need to be clear about what difference any action would make to our objective of defeating Isil, about the nature of any action and its objectives, and the legal basis.

PLOT TO 'KILL THE QUEEN FOILED' A WEEK BEFORE DRONE STRIKE

An ISIS-inspired terror plot to kill the Queen was foiled just a week before the drone strike was launched by the RAF. 
Last month it emerged that intelligence services had uncovered a plan to use an Improvised Explosive Device to murder the Queen, dignitaries and veterans at a VJ Day parade.
A major security operation was launched over fears of terrorists intent on causing carnage at the event on August 15 to mark the end of WWII in the Far East, during which 30,000 British troops were killed between 1941 to 1945.
Downing Street refused to confirm which events were targeted by Khan.
But David Cameron told MPs he was behind 'plots to attack high profile public commemorations, including those taking place this summer'.
'Potential action must command the support of other nations in the region, including Iraq and the coalition already taking action in Syria.'
However, Mr Cameron rejected the call to publish the legal advice. The revelations reignited debate about Britain's future role in wider military action in Syria.'
Mr Cameron was humiliated in 2013 when Tory rebels joined with Labour to vote down a plan to launch missile strikes against the Assad regime. 
The Prime Minister, Chancellor George Osborne, Defence Secretary Michael Fallon and Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond have agreed there is a 'strong case' for action in Syria as well as neighbouring Iraq.
A vote on joining bombing raids against ISIS is expected in the Commons next month. 
But the drone strike against Khan was authorised by Mr Fallon at a meeting of the National Security Council to prevent a 'very real threat to our country', Mr Cameron said. 
'I want to be clear that this strike was not part of coalition military action against ISIL in Syria – it was a targeted strike to deal with a clear, credible and specific terrorist threats to our country at home.
'The position with regard to the wider conflict with ISIL in Syria has not changed.
'As the House knows, I believe there is a strong case for the UK taking part in airstrikes as part of the international coalition to target ISIL in Syria as well as Iraq.
'And I believe that case only grows stronger with the growing number of terrorist plots being directed or inspired by ISIL’s core leadership in Raqqah.' 
RAF Reaper drones had been carrying out surveillance over Syria but ministers had insisted it would require 'further permission' for them to use weapons in the country
RAF Reaper drones had been carrying out surveillance over Syria but ministers had insisted it would require 'further permission' for them to use weapons in the country
The unmanned drones are operated from ground control at RAF Waddington in Lincolnshire were pilots control the aircraft from more than 2,500 miles away
The unmanned drones are operated from ground control at RAF Waddington in Lincolnshire were pilots control the aircraft from more than 2,500 miles away
Brendan O'Hara, the SNP defence spokesman said: 'David Cameron has got to come clean about his plans following these developments. 
'I have long been concerned about what exactly his plans are to increase military activity – and now we are getting an insight into what may be going on. 

RAF DRONES WHICH KILLED KHAN CONTROLLED 2,500 MILES AWAY

Britain has an estimated fleet of 500 drones, but only a small number are armed. 
The most controversial are the Reaper drones of RAF 13 Squadron.
These are armed with 500lb Hellfire missiles, which are said to have been used to carry out strikes on Islamist leaders in Afghanistan and Iraq. 
Tornado jets and Reaper drones have flown more than 1,000 missions against IS in Iraq, striking 300 targets.
Since October last year, the Reaper craft are only authorised to carry out surveillance in Syria.
Defence Secretary Michael Fallon said at the time: 'Reapers are not authorised to use weapons in Syria; that would require further permission.'
However, he authorised their use for the attack on Khan without consulting the Commons. 
The unmanned drones are operated from ground control at RAF Waddington in Lincolnshire were pilots control the aircraft from more than 2,500 miles away. 
'I fear that David Cameron is planning to use this awful humanitarian tragedy as a smokescreen in order to fulfil his long-held desire to involve UK forces in more military action in Syria 
'The case for bombing in Syria has simply not been made – and any involvement of British service personnel in bombing without the approval of Parliament clearly flouts the democratic decision taken by the House of Commons.' 
Labour leadership favourite Jeremy Corbyn urged Mr Cameron to invite Iran to a summit of Middle Eastern countries alongside Britain, the US and Russia to try and thrash out a political solution to the war in Syria.
He said: 'Would you say anything about the welcome remarks made by the Foreign Secretary during his visit to Tehran in which he indicated that because of the new relationship with Iran there was a possibility of a wider political involvement in bringing about some degree of progress, possibly even a solution to the desperate crisis facing Syria of a summit of all the nations of that region plus of course Britain, the USA and Russia?'
But Mr Cameron insisted Britain must be 'cautious and sceptical' about Iran because it supports terrorist groups such as Hamas and Hezbollah.
The PM said: 'Of course there is an opportunity for greater dialogue with Iran now this nuclear deal, which I think is a good deal, has been done.
'But I think Britain should enter into this in a very cautious and sceptical way.
'We ought to remember that Iran is still a supporter of terrorist organisations like Hamas and Hezbollah which I know you describe as friends but I see very much as enemies
'And also we need to make sure that Iran is playing a positive role in Syria rather than the road it is now of proposing up the hated Assad regime.'
The announcement came as the Prime Minster confirmed that Britain will take thousands of refugees to ease the humanitarian crisis in Syria.
Mr Cameron is to raid the foreign aid budget to fund support for adults and children who are resettled in Britain.  
 

REYAAD KHAN: Isis poster boy who was target of British strike 

Reyaad Khan was an ISIS poster boy who appeared in a shocking recruitment video aimed at luring jihadists to Syria and Iraq.
Before his death he could have faced a war crimes trial as he repeatedly uploaded bloodthirsty posts and pictures on social media bragging about the inhumane killings.
In one he posted graphic photographs of the distorted corpses of alleged victims, tweeting: 'Guys we caught & executed. This is how they looked less than an hr l8er'.
The former college student from the Welsh capital also laughed about witnessing the 'longest decapitation ever' and boasted in another: 'Executed many prisoners yesterday.'
His claims about his involvement in the crimes carried out by a unit of ISIS are now being investigated by the United Nations.
Khan is believed to have been radicalised through extremist websites in his bedroom in Cardiff.
It was all so different back in 2009 when Khan, then 15, was said to be thrilled to meet former Labour minister Mr Balls. 
Just a year after the picture was taken, Khan spoke on a film of his wish to rid the world of 'evil' and of the problems of growing up in a deprived inner-city area.
He also once said in a Facebook post he wanted to become the country's first Asian Prime Minister after sitting on a local youth forum. 
British ISIS fighter Reyaad Khan (circled, left) from Wales was killed in an airstrike in Syria just six years after he was 'thrilled' to meet ex- Labour MP Ed Balls (circled, right)
Going by the nom de guerre Abu Dujana Britani, had previously boasted of being prepared to be a martyr and claimed he was planning 'fireworks', meaning to become a suicide bomber. 
Confirmation of his death comes after a number of ISIS supporters claimed on Twitter last month that he had died.
Khan – a former pupil at Cardiff's Cantonian High School in Cardiff – was described by friends as a studious pupil who loved sports.
From there he went to St David's Catholic sixth-form college in the city.
He left for Syria in 2013 with medical student Nasser Muthana, 21, who was joined in Syria three months later by his younger brother, Aseel, 18.
Nasser had taken £100 from his father to go on an Islamic seminar in Shrewsbury in November, but instead went to Syria. 
 

RAHUL AMIN: Aberdeen schoolboy killed in RAF strike

Aberdeen schoolboy Rahul Amin, who also died in the attack on Khan, appeared in a now notorious recruitment video for Islamic militant group ISIS and fled to Syria after breaking up with his fiancée.
Amin was filmed alongside fellow Britons Reyaad Khan and Nasser Muthana, both 20, urging other Muslims to fight for Isis in the Middle East.
Wearing wrap-around sunglasses and a white scarf around his head, Amin described jihad as 'the cure for depression' in the video.
Amin was educated in Aberdeen after moving from Bangladesh and his family left the Scottish city for Leicester a few years ago
Amin was educated in Aberdeen after moving from Bangladesh and his family left the Scottish city for Leicester a few years ago
Speaking in front of Isis's black flag, he says: 'Are you willing to sacrifice the fat job you've got, the big car you've got, the family you have? Are you willing to sacrifice this, for the sake of Allah?
'Definitely, if you sacrifice something for Allah, Allah will give you 700 times more than this.'
Amin was educated in Aberdeen after moving from Bangladesh and his family left the Scottish city for Leicester a few years ago, according to reports.
Stunned former classmates described how Amin was a 'really outgoing guy' who 'could have done really well for himself.'
He was said to have been 'brainwashed' after he became depressed when he split from his girlfriend.
One friend said: 'I think that was the turning point. He was vulnerable - and that made him easy pickings for the monsters who have brainwashed him.' 
 

JUNAID HUSSAIN: Briton killed by U.S. was no.3 on wanted list

Junaid Hussain, 21, was no.3 on America's ISIS target list due to his hacking credentials and key role as a foreign fighter recruiter for the jihadi group before the United States killed him in a drone strike.
Hussain, who fled Birmingham in 2013, was married to 'Mrs Terror' Sally Jones, a 44-year-old rocker turned Muslim convert from Kent. She met the jihadi fighter online and left the UK with her son to join him in Syria.
Junaid Hussain was married to 'Mrs Terror' Sally Jones, a 44-year-old rocker turned Muslim convert from Kent 
Junaid Hussain was married to 'Mrs Terror' Sally Jones, a 44-year-old rocker turned Muslim convert from Kent 
Jones, who now refers to herself as Sakinah Hussain, reportedly told a British jihadi bride that her husband had not been killed in an airstrike and was alive and well, which David Cameron proved false today.
Hussain's wide, dubbed Mrs Terror, said she is 'blessed her husband is still alive,' according to the British jihadi bride.
Just before his death Jones and her husband made headlines after they sent bombmaking manuals and boasted of 'lone wolf' terror attacks to investigative journalists, posing as jihadi brides.
Computer hacker Junaid was well known on social media, frequently creating new accounts in order to threaten terror attacks on the West.
In June this year, he was linked with an IS plot to attack an Armed Forces Day parade in south London.
It was believed the plan was to carry out pressure cooker bomb attack, similar to the Boston Marathon attack in 2013.
The intended targets were soldiers and bystanders on the route. The plan was scuppered only after Hussain unwittingly recruited an undercover journalist.
He told the investigator: 'It will be big. We will hit the kuffar (unbelievers) hard InshAllah. Hit their soldiers in their own land. InshAllah. Soldiers that served in Iraq and Afganistan will be present. Jump in the crowd and detonate the bomb.
'They think they can kill Muslims in Iraq and Afghanistan then come back to the UK and be safe. We'll hit them hard InshAllah.' 


A British fanatic killed by an RAF drone was plotting an atrocity at an event attended by the Queen.
David Cameron stunned MPs yesterday by revealing the UK had used military force in Syria without parliamentary authority and against a Briton.
‘There was a terrorist directing murder on our streets and no other means to stop him,’ said the Prime Minister.

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