After the Government lost a crucial vote in the House of Commons on military action in Syria, we want to know if you think the defeat undermines the Prime Minister's authority.
David Cameron has ruled out UK involvement in military action against Syria after his authority and international standing were dealt a severe blow by defeat on the issue in the Commons.
In a highly-unusual reverse over such an important matter of foreign policy, 30 Tory rebels as well as nine Liberal Democrats joined with Labour to inflict a humiliating defeat on the Prime Minister.
A motion backing the use of force "if necessary" in response to last week's deadly chemical weapons attack was rejected by 272 votes to 285, majority 13.
Does the vote against military action in Syria undermine David Cameron's authority? Vote in our poll below and have your say in the comments section: