'Theresa May saw off an attempt by the SNP to secure a symbolic victory by calling a rare vote at the end of an emergency debate about the Syrian strikes.
The Government won the late night stunt division 314 to 36 - a majority of 278.
Labour declined to take part in the vote - which was legally meaningless - but Mrs May returned to the Despatch Box at 10.49pm to restate the Government case.
The three hour debate saw repeated demands on the Government to hold a vote the next time it plans to commit British forces to battle.
Critics of the PM crossed the Commons, with both Tory Ken Clarke and Labour's Hilary Benn demanding a reinstatement of the convention.
But there was also widespread condemnation of the chemical attacks in Douma earlier this month.
And in a renewed attack on the Labour leader at the end of the debate, Mrs May outlined the UN resolutions on Syria vetoed by the Kremlin in recent months.
She warned Corbyn that relying solely on the UN Security Council was tantamount to agreeing not to act.
It comes after Theresa May told MPs today she is 'haunted' by victims of Assad's poison attack as she delivered a passionate defence of the Syria strikes.
The Prime Minister insisted action to degrade Bashar Assad's chemical weapons capability was in the 'national interest' and justified on humanitarian grounds.'
Read more: Theresa May WINS crushing late night victory in vote on Syria air strikes as Labour MPs desert the Commons and fail to take part in the ballot despite the party securing the debate in the first place
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