After a historic 10 hour debate, MPs voted in favour of extending air strikes to ISIS targets in Syria.

David Cameron got the majority he wanted, with 397 ayes (for the straikes) to 223 noes (against) in the House of Commons vote last night.

Local MPs were in the packed chamber for last night's vote — but did they back the bombing?

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How did our MPs vote?

Barry Sheerman — Against

Paula Sherriff — Against

Jason McCartney — For

Vote cast

Craig Whittaker — For

Jo Cox — Abstained

Vote cast

Following the result, MPs tweeted their reactions.

Mr Sheerman, Labour MP for Huddersfield, had tweeted earlier in the day that he intended to vote against the airstrikes.

Craig Whittaker (Con, Calder Valley) posted a statement on his website saying he intended to vote for bombing ISIS targets in Syria.

An Examiner poll asking if the UK should take part in the bombing campaign in Syria returned a result of 'no'.

Should the UK take part in the bombing campaign in Syria?

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Following the result, the Royal Air Force flew its first operation against Daesh terrorist targets in Syria.

A statement from the Ministry of Defence said it was targeting Daesh held oil fields in eastern Syria and that the RAF could attack with 'low collateral risk'.

It said: "Overnight, RAF Tornado GR4s, supported by a Voyager air refuelling tanker and a Reaper, and operating in conjunction with other coalition aircraft, employed Paveway IV guided bombs to conduct strikes against six targets within the extensive oilfield at Omar, 35 miles inside Syria's eastern border with Iraq.

Two RAF Tornado GR4's, both with remaining weapons ordnance, taxi on the runway at RAF Akrotiri in Cyprus, as they return to the base after carrying out some of the first British bombing runs over Syria
Two RAF Tornado GR4's, both with remaining weapons ordnance, taxi on the runway at RAF Akrotiri in Cyprus, as they return to the base after carrying out some of the first British bombing runs over Syria

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"The Omar oilfield is one of the largest and most important to Daesh's financial operations, and represents over 10% of their potential income from oil. Carefully selected elements of the oilfield infrastructure were targeted, ensuring the strikes will have a significant impact on Daesh's ability to extract the oil to fund their terrorism."

It added that the aircraft used advanced sensors to confirm that no civilians were in the proximity of the targets.