Party sources tell the NS that they do not expect Labour to change its stance on a referendum before May 2015.
"The politics I believe in, an affirming politics of solidarity and possibility, cannot be built on the act of walking away from our neighbours."
Shadow foreign secretary says he is "unconvinced" of the case for an air campaign and criticises William Hague for "implying force is inevitable".
All existing British and EU aid and support for Egypt should be placed under urgent review.
Douglas Alexander, who ran the 2010 campaign, is the frontrunner.
There is little that Britain can do now to right the wrongs that took place but we can learn lessons.
The shadow foreign secretary calls for a national convention - "Scotland 2025" - "to chart a new vision for an old nation".
The shadow foreign secretary says that only Labour can "give voice to the national interest" in an address at Chatham House.
By standing up for Britain’s right to a credible voice in Europe, the Labour leader can take the more prime ministerial path.
A pledge to hold an in/out referendum will appease Tory MPs, but it will not deliver for Britain.