The 39 MPs Who Rebelled on May’s Deal

May’s deal was voted down again by 58 votes after she failed to bring the numbers across. Only 5 Labour MPs rebelled, not remotely enough to rescue May, along with 4 independents:

  • Ian Austin (Ind)
  • Kevin Barron (Lab)
  • Rosie Cooper (Lab)
  • Frank Field (Ind)
  • Jim Fitzpatrick (Lab)
  • Caroline Flint (Lab)
  • Lady Hermon (Ind)
  • Stephen Lloyd (Ind)
  • John Mann (Lab)

34 Tories rebelled the other way and held out against May’s deal – 28 Leavers and 6 Remainers:

  • Adam Afriyie
  • Steve Baker
  • John Baron
  • Guto Bebb (REMAIN)
  • Peter Bone
  • Suella Braverman
  • Andrew Bridgen
  • Bill Cash
  • Christopher Chope
  • James Duddridge
  • Mark Francois
  • Marcus Fysh
  • Justine Greening (REMAIN)
  • Dominic Grieve (REMAIN)
  • Sam Gyimah (REMAIN)
  • Philip Hollobone
  • Adam Holloway
  • Ranil Jayawardena
  • Bernard Jenkin
  • Andrea Jenkyns
  • Jo Johnson (REMAIN)
  • David Jones
  • Phillip Lee (REMAIN)
  • Julian Lewis
  • Julia Lopez
  • Craig Mackinlay
  • Anne Marie Morris
  • Priti Patel
  • Owen Paterson
  • John Redwood
  • Laurence Robertson
  • Andrew Rosindell
  • Lee Rowley
  • Theresa Villiers

The rest voted all followed their party whips, including the 10 crucial DUP MPs who all rejected the deal again…

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