Now count 130 Labour MPs who've indicated they're likely to vote Against, 54 who've indicated they're likely to vote For #SyriaVote
— Joe Oliver (@joe_oliver) December 2, 2015
Just over an hour to go to the big vote
Voting takes place at 10pm and the result should be known within about 16 minutes. Then there’ll be the wait, not too long, for the division lists so we can see who has not followed their parties.
There will be Tory rebels going against their party line but it is the LAB split that will get the most attention.