Labour leader Ed Miliband told ITV News he did not regret voting against the Government's motion on the principle of military intervention in Syria.
He said: "What I wasn't willing to do, and I think the British people agree with this, was for Britain to engage in a rush to war, ill thought through military action without regard for the possible consequences."
International Development Secretary Justine Greening claimed she missed the crucial vote on Syria because she did not hear the division bell
Britain's place in the world changed with last night's Commons vote on Syria, as David Cameron spectacularly misread his own party.
It was clear the majority of MPs would not be prepared to back unilateral action by the US and Britain. Today we need to make clear why.