This is a very rough and ready attempt to look at what public evidence exists as to the balance of opinion in the Parliamentary Labour Party on the Government's proposal for airstrikes against ISIS in Syria. It's mostly based on public statements, although I have also used unattributed reports of shadow cabinet meetings. Given the considered statements coming from MPS, its sometimes a fine judgement whether or not MPS are leaning one way of the other. The relevant evidence I have used for each MP is linked to their name in the list below.
Labour MPs leaning for airstrikes
Labour MPs leaning against airstrikes
Roger Godsiff - "What I'm not convinced of is dropping more bombs on Syria is going to add anything to the defeat of ISIS"
Labour MPs said to be still undecided.
Graham Allen - It's not explicit but this article looks leaning against to me.