The UK is to send an extra 125 military trainers to Iraq to help in the battle against Islamic State, the PM has said.
David Cameron made the announcement at the G7 in Bavaria ahead of a meeting with the Iraqi prime minister on 8 June.
Mr Cameron told reporters that terror activity by IS was “the biggest threat” G7 leaders had to address.
Most of the extra personnel would be involved in training Iraqi soldiers to deal with explosive devices, he added.
This latest pledge will take the total number of UK personnel providing training to the Iraqi security forces to more than 275.