Named: 114 MPs Who Voted to Block Article 50

Below are the 114 MPs who voted against Article 50 last night:

Ahmed-Sheikh, Ms Tasmina
Alexander, Heidi
Ali, Rushanara
Allen, Mr Graham
Allin-Khan, Dr Rosena
Arkless, Richard
Bardell, Hannah
Berger, Luciana
Black, Mhairi
Blackford, Ian
Blackman, Kirsty
Boswell, Philip
Bradshaw, rh Mr Ben
Brake, rh Tom
Brennan, Kevin
Brock, Deidre
Brown, Alan
Brown, Lyn
Bryant, Chris
Buck, Ms Karen
Butler, Dawn
Cadbury, Ruth
Cameron, Dr Lisa
Carmichael, rh Mr Alistair
Chapman, Douglas
Cherry, Joanna
Clarke, rh Mr Kenneth
Clegg, rh Mr Nick
Clwyd, rh Ann
Coffey, Ann
Cowan, Ronnie
Coyle, Neil
Crawley, Angela
Creagh, Mary
Creasy, Stella
Day, Martyn
Debbonaire, Thangam
Docherty-Hughes, Martin
Donaldson, Stuart Blair
Doughty, Stephen
Dowd, Jim
Durkan, Mark
Eagle, Maria
Ellman, Mrs Louise
Farrelly, Paul
Farron, Tim
Ferrier, Margaret
Foxcroft, Vicky
Gapes, Mike
Gethins, Stephen
Gibson, Patricia
Grady, Patrick
Grant, Peter
Gray, Neil
Greenwood, Lilian
Hayes, Helen
Hendry, Drew
Hermon, Lady
Hillier, Meg
Hosie, Stewart
Huq, Dr Rupa
Kerevan, George
Kerr, Calum
Kyle, Peter
Lammy, rh Mr David
Law, Chris
Lucas, Caroline
MacNeil, Mr Angus Brendan
Maskell, Rachael
Mc Nally, John
McCarthy, Kerry
McDonald, Stewart Malcolm
McDonald, Stuart C.
McDonnell, Dr Alasdair
McGarry, Natalie
McKinnell, Catherine
McLaughlin, Anne
Monaghan, Carol
Monaghan, Dr Paul
Moon, Mrs Madeleine
Mullin, Roger
Murray, Ian
Newlands, Gavin
Nicolson, John
O’Hara, Brendan
Olney, Sarah
Oswald, Kirsten
Paterson, Steven
Pound, Stephen
Pugh, John
Ritchie, Ms Margaret
Robertson, rh Angus
Salmond, rh Alex
Saville Roberts, Liz
Sharma, Mr Virendra
Sheppard, Tommy
Siddiq, Tulip
Slaughter, Andy
Smith, Jeff
Smith, Owen
Stephens, Chris
Stevens, Jo
Thewliss, Alison
Thomson, Michelle
Timms, rh Stephen
Weir, Mike
West, Catherine
Whiteford, Dr Eilidh
Whitehead, Dr Alan
Whitford, Dr Philippa
Williams, Hywel
Williams, Mr Mark
Wishart, Pete
Zeichner, Daniel

47 Labour rebels…

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Quote of the Day

Andrea Leadsom told BBC Radio 4’s Today

“He’s made his views on Brexit on the record, and the problem with that of course is that the chair’s impartiality is absolutely essential. … He’s made his views known on Brexit… it’s a matter for him but nevertheless it’s a challenge and all colleagues need to form their own view of that.”


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