A shadow minister has told ITV News members of Jeremy Corbyn's front bench team will quit after he surprised them by sending a letter to Labour MPs detailing his personal opposition to the PM's plans for airstrikes in Syria.
A Labour source also told ITV News Deputy Political Editor Chris Ship shadow ministers Diane Abbott and Lucy Powell had argued at the meeting of the shadow cabinet to discuss David Cameron's military proposals.
A Shadow Minister just called to say 'people will walk over this'. Some members 'furious' over Jeremy Corby's surprise letter
'How can people stay in there now?', asks Shadow Minister when 'straight-talking honest Jeremy has been dishonest' by sending this letter
Protesters gathered outside Downing Street to urge MPs to vote down plans to bomb the war-torn country
Divisions within Labour appeared to grow over the question of airstrikes on Syria, as shadow chancellor John McDonnell backed a free vote.
A Labour source reveals the (un)pleasantries at the shadow front bench meeting, including a confrontation between two high-profile members.