Labour party activists have endorsed an emergency motion calling for a UN resolution to be in place before party members support the expansion of British bombing of Isis targets in Syria.
MPs at the Labour party conference were told "a plan must be in place to deal with refugees in Europe" before a military campaign begins.
The motion, which is not legally binding on party MPs, came as Unite member Ivan Monckton warned of the dangers of "blundering into a new war".
He said: "Now is not the time to blunder into a new war - another illegal war - with untold human casualties, more death, destruction and chaos creating more refugees."
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Jeremy Corbyn has told ITV News he would concede with the majority Labour vote on Trident.