The house has been debating the Brexit since in Parliament since PMQs finished just before 1pm today. The MPs went into vote and a huge 461-89 decided they wanted Article 50 triggered sooner rather than later, and starting the two-year process to exit the EU.
However, they also backed a Labour that means May must disclose her Brexit plan before the process begins. This decision also meant that the PM will need to reveal her Brexit plan, and many are worried she doesn’t have a coherent one.
However, 89 MPs simply could not back the April cut off pint and see it as rushing needlessly into a Hard Brexit, which could have seriously damage the UK economy and commerce with European states.
They included 51 from the SNP , 23 from Labour, five Lib Dems and Green Party leader Caroline Lucas. Thangam Debbonaire said: “I will vote against Article 50 – I owe that to my constituents and the country.”
The list can be seen,below
Liz Saville Roberts
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