According to the article, the prime minister hopes to persuade the opposition Labour Party to back airstrikes in Syria in the vote. The proposed measure is intended as a way to resolve the problem of refugees coming to European countries from war-torn Syria, the media said.
Cameron has repeatedly insisted that he would only allow airstrikes on ISIL positions in Syria with parliamentary approval.
ISIL is an extremist group which has seized large areas in Iraq and Syria. In September 2014.
The United Kingdom joined the US-led coalition conducting airstrikes on ISIL positions in Iraq in September 2014.