A Labour source has said a second vote on Syria is unlikely, adding that it was the Government that took it off the agenda. They would not say if Ed Miliband regrets that.
It is an odd position: last week they wanted a vote on Syria after the UN reported. Now they are happy to accept the Prime Minister's decision to ditch any further votes.
Cameron and Miliband avoided any real debate on Syria today in Parliament, as they are both in odd and difficult positions.
For the time being it seems likely we are going to sit this one out and I think you can expect the debate on what that means to run and run.
Number 10 has stated it has "absolutely no plans" to go back to Parliament on the issue of military action against Syria.