Britain is considering whether it could and should do more to help defeat ISIS militants in Syria after a deadly attack in Tunisia last week killed up to 30 of its nationals, a spokeswoman for Prime Minister David Cameron said Wednesday.

As part of a U.S.-led coalition against ISIS, Britain conducts regular air strikes in neighboring Iraq and flies drones over Syria to gather intelligence on the militant group.

But unlike some other coalition partners it does not carry out strikes against ISIS in Syria after Cameron lost a 2013 parliamentary vote on the issue.

Cameron had sought approval to strike Syrian government forces to punish them for what he said was an appalling chemical weapons attack, but was unexpectedly voted down.

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