Rishi Sunak will address the House of Representatives to outline the government's response to the unfolding Middle East crisis.
The session will follow the prime minister's visit to the Jewish community, according to sources. It will also be the first time the legislature has convened since the four-week party conference season recess.
The United Nations has warned that Gaza's hospitals are likely to run out of fuel on Monday, heightening fears of a humanitarian catastrophe.
Hamas reports that approximately 400,000 of the 1.1 million residents of Gaza's north have complied with Israel's request to relocate south.
Israel is preparing to launch a ground invasion in northern Gaza to target Hamas, which carried out a series of attacks on October 7 that killed over 1,300 people.
According to his office, Mr. Sunak will deliver a statement to Parliament on Monday "reiterating the UK's complete condemnation" of the attacks and "outlining the government's approach to the unfolding crisis."
He will describe the UK's assistance to Israel, its efforts to assist British nationals caught up in the conflict, and its response to the humanitarian crisis in Gaza.
Mr. Sunak will demonstrate the government's "continued support for the Jewish community" and "zero tolerance for antisemitic harassment" earlier on the same day.
The previous week, he also presided over a roundtable meeting with police chiefs and announced an additional £3 million in funding for the Community Security Trust, a charity that works to enhance the security of the Jewish community.
The Metropolitan Police reported a "massive increase" in antisemitic incidents and crimes in London after the assaults in Israel.
On Monday, Mr. Cleverly will also travel to the annual Berlin Process Summit of European and Western Balkan leaders, which is being held this year in the Albanian capital of Tirana.
He will use the occasion to further rally support for Israel, according to the Foreign Office.
World leaders are making diplomatic efforts to prevent the conflict in Gaza from escalating or spreading to other countries in the region.
US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken was in Egypt on Sunday to meet with President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, with whom Gaza shares a border. It was Mr. Blinken's final destination on a tour that took him to Jordan, Qatar, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, and Israel.
Mr. Sunak met with King Abdullah of Jordan, who is on his own tour of European capitals, at Downing Street on the same day.
In the coming days, the prime minister will conduct additional discussions with international partners, including Middle Eastern leaders, according to his office.
The situation in Gaza and the living conditions of those still entrapped there continue to arouse growing concern.
In recent days, U.S. and U.K. officials have been attempting to secure the opening of the Rafah crossing on the Egyptian border so that their citizens and dual nationals can exit the territory.
The massive influx of people into Gaza's south has also put a tremendous strain on the area's already scarce resources. Last week, Israel cut off the provision of food, water, and energy to Gaza, although it announced on Sunday that it would resume water delivery.