Cameron's decision to take intervention off the table means Miliband will never have to decide whether to support military action.
Shadow transport minister said in the debate: "I’m opposed to military intervention in Syria, full stop."
Vice-chair Michael Dugher writes to Jeremy Heywood demanding that Craig Oliver apologise and withdraw the "infantile and irresponsible" remark.
Politicians, far more than commentators, have a moral and a legal duty to proceed with caution.
Unless the PM makes further concessions to Miliband, or wins over a sufficient number of coalition MPs, he faces the prospect of parliamentary defeat.
...a Government source quoted in today's <em>Times</em>.
With the aid of the Lib Dems, the Tories plan to deliver an even bigger financial hit to Labour than that which will result from Miliband’s trade union reforms.
The party says that military action must be "legal, proportionate, time-limited and have precise and achievable objectives".
By forcing the PM to delay a decision on military action until after the UN inspectors have reported, Miliband has taken account of the legacy of Iraq.
Shadow public health minister says intervention "would put me in a very difficult position" as Labour signals it will whip MPs in support of Miliband's stance.