David Cameron is to set out his plan for tackling the crisis in Syria within days, in a bid to win support for air strikes against Islamic State fighters. It comes after a Foreign Affairs Committee report said the UK should not join allied bombing in Syria without a coherent international strategy on IS. On Saturday, the prime minister welcomed a UN resolution asking nations to "combat by all means" the IS threat. He is due to meet French President Francois Hollande in Paris on Monday. In the wake of last week's terror attacks in Paris, the leaders will discuss ways of co-operating on counter-terrorism and the fight against IS. MPs voted against UK military action against Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's government in 2013. But they did later approve British air strikes against IS extremists in Iraq. IS has claimed responsibility for the gun and suicide bomb attacks in the French capital on 13 November, which left 130 dead - as well as recent attacks in Tunisia, Egypt, Beirut and Turkey among others. The prime minister has promised to set out a "full-spectrum" strategy, including military, counter-terrorism and humanitarian actions - following which, there will be a push to convince MPs across the political spectrum to approve military action in Syria. Cameron has said he will only call a Commons vote on the issue if he can be confident he will win.