This is the full list of MPs who voted AGAINST protecting UK from no-deal Brexit

These are the MPs who voted against protecting the country from what the ABI called “an unforgiveable act of self-harm.”

Last night Theresa May’s government were cowed yet again when, in an unexpected upset, a slim majority of MPs, including Tories defying their own whip, voted 311 to 309 for an amendment Conservative Caroline Spelman added to Theresa May’s motion to rule out a No deal Brexit on March 29th only, while acknowledging a No deal Brexit as a default.

Caroline Spelman tried to withdraw her own amendment under pressure from the government, but it was too late, and in what appears to be a victory for common sense, MPs from across the benches inflicted another humiliating defeat for May.

I just watched the Prime Minister going in to vote for No Deal. I told her it was a disgrace. I hope she is gone by morning,” said Labour MP Jess Phillips.

Summing up the feelings of many colleagues she added:  “This afternoon Michael Gove told us what calamity No deal would be then he and the PM voted for it.”

Politically, nobody is winning Brexit. There are only losers.

Brexiteers were humiliated by the majority of their colleagues voting against Britain cutting itself off from the free flow of goods and services, all the trade deals EU membership holds with no replacement ready to ensure jobs, medicine, fresh food and the country’s security.

But the bitter defeat may now makes them likelier to vote for Theresa May’s deal they have continuously picked fault with if she persists on making MPs vote on it again and again.

MPs voted to amend the government’s main motion from “declines to approve leaving the European Union without a Withdrawal Agreement and a Framework for the Future Relationship on 29 March 2019; and notes that leaving without a deal remains the default in UK and EU law unless this House and the EU ratify an agreement.” to “rejects the United Kingdom leaving the European Union without a Withdrawal Agreement and a Framework for the Future Relationship.”

Below is the full list of MPs who voted against last night’s non-binding amendment that rules out the prospect of the UK leaving the EU without a deal:

  • Nigel Adams Conservative
  • Bim Afolami Conservative
  • Adam Afriyie Conservative
  • Peter Aldous Conservative
  • Lucy Allan Conservative
  • Sir David Amess Conservative
  • Stuart Andrew Conservative
  • Edward Argar Conservative
  • Victoria Atkins Conservative
  • Richard Bacon Conservative
  • Kemi Badenoch Conservative
  • Steven Baker Conservative
  • Harriett Baldwin Conservative
  • Stephen Barclay Conservative
  • John Baron Conservative
  • Henry Bellingham Conservative
  • Paul Beresford Conservative
  • Jake Berry Conservative
  • Bob Blackman Conservative
  • Crispin Blunt Conservative
  • Peter Bone Conservative
  • Peter Bottomley Conservative
  • Andrew Bowie Conservative
  • Karen Bradley Conservative
  • Ben Bradley Conservative
  • Graham Brady Conservative
  • Suella Braverman Conservative
  • Jack Brereton Conservative
  • Andrew Bridgen Conservative
  • Steve Brine Conservative
  • James Brokenshire Conservative
  • Fiona Bruce Conservative
  • Robert Buckland Conservative
  • Alex Burghart Conservative
  • Conor Burns Conservative
  • Alistair Burt Conservative
  • Alun Cairns Conservative
  • Ronnie Campbell Labour
  • Gregory Campbell DUP
  • James Cartlidge Conservative
  • Bill Cash Conservative
  • Maria Caulfield Conservative
  • Alex Chalk Conservative
  • Rehman Chishti Conservative
  • Christopher Chope Conservative
  • Jo Churchill Conservative
  • Colin Clark Conservative
  • Greg Clark Conservative
  • Simon Clarke Conservative
  • James Cleverly Conservative
  • Geoffrey Clifton-Brown Conservative
  • Therese Coffey Conservative
  • Damian Collins Conservative
  • Alberto Costa Conservative
  • Robert Courts Conservative
  • Geoffrey Cox Conservative
  • Stephen Crabb Conservative
  • Tracey Crouch Conservative
  • David Davies Conservative
  • Mims Davies Conservative
  • Chris Davies Conservative
  • Glyn Davies Conservative
  • Philip Davies Conservative
  • David Davis Conservative
  • Caroline Dinenage Conservative
  • Leo Docherty Conservative
  • Nigel Dodds DUP
  • Jeffrey M. Donaldson DUP
  • Michelle Donelan Conservative
  • Nadine Dorries Conservative
  • Steve Double Conservative
  • Oliver Dowden Conservative
  • Jackie Doyle-Price Conservative
  • Richard Drax Conservative
  • James Duddridge Conservative
  • David Duguid Conservative
  • Alan Duncan Conservative
  • Iain Duncan Smith Conservative
  • Philip Dunne Conservative
  • Michael Ellis Conservative
  • Tobias Ellwood Conservative
  • Charlie Elphicke Conservative
  • George Eustice Conservative
  • Nigel Evans Conservative
  • David Evennett Conservative
  • Michael Fabricant Conservative
  • Michael Fallon Conservative
  • Mark Field Conservative
  • Vicky Ford Conservative
  • Kevin Foster Conservative
  • Liam Fox Conservative
  • Mark Francois Conservative
  • Lucy Frazer Conservative
  • Marcus Fysh Conservative
  • Roger Gale Conservative
  • Mark Garnier Conservative
  • David Gauke Conservative
  • Nusrat Ghani Conservative
  • Nick Gibb Conservative
  • Dame Cheryl Gillan Conservative
  • Paul Girvan DUP
  • John Glen Conservative
  • Zac Goldsmith Conservative
  • Robert Goodwill Conservative
  • Michael Gove Conservative
  • Luke Graham Conservative
  • Richard Graham Conservative
  • Bill Grant Conservative
  • Helen Grant Conservative
  • James Gray Conservative
  • Chris Grayling Conservative
  • Damian Green Conservative
  • Chris Green Conservative
  • Andrew Griffiths Conservative
  • Kirstene Hair Conservative
  • Robert Halfon Conservative
  • Luke Hall Conservative
  • Stephen Hammond Conservative
  • Philip Hammond Conservative
  • Matthew Hancock Conservative
  • Greg Hands Conservative
  • Mark Harper Conservative
  • Richard Harrington Conservative
  • Rebecca Harris Conservative
  • Trudy Harrison Conservative
  • Simon Hart Conservative
  • John Hayes Conservative
  • James Heappey Conservative
  • Chris Heaton-Harris Conservative
  • Peter Heaton-Jones Conservative
  • Gordon Henderson Conservative
  • Stephen Hepburn Labour
  • Nick Herbert Conservative
  • Sylvia Hermon Independent
  • Damian Hinds Conservative
  • Simon Hoare Conservative
  • Kate Hoey Labour
  • George Hollingbery Conservative
  • Kevin Hollinrake Conservative
  • Philip Hollobone Conservative
  • Adam Holloway Conservative
  • Kelvin Hopkins Independent
  • John Howell Conservative
  • Nigel Huddleston Conservative
  • Eddie Hughes Conservative
  • Jeremy Hunt Conservative
  • Nick Hurd Conservative
  • Margot James Conservative
  • Sajid Javid Conservative
  • Ranil Jayawardena Conservative
  • Bernard Jenkin Conservative
  • Andrea Jenkyns Conservative
  • Robert Jenrick Conservative
  • Boris Johnson Conservative
  • Dr Caroline Johnson Conservative
  • Gareth Johnson Conservative
  • David Jones Conservative
  • Marcus Jones Conservative
  • Andrew Jones Conservative
  • Daniel Kawczynski Conservative
  • Gillian Keegan Conservative
  • Seema Kennedy Conservative
  • Stephen Kerr Conservative
  • Greg Knight Conservative
  • Julian Knight Conservative
  • Kwasi Kwarteng Conservative
  • John Lamont Conservative
  • Mark Lancaster Conservative
  • Pauline Latham Conservative
  • Andrea Leadsom Conservative
  • Jeremy Lefroy Conservative
  • Edward Leigh Conservative
  • Andrew Lewer Conservative
  • Julian Lewis Conservative
  • Brandon Lewis Conservative
  • Ian Liddell-Grainger Conservative
  • David Lidington Conservative
  • Emma Little Pengelly DUP
  • Julia Lopez Conservative
  • Jack Lopresti Conservative
  • Jonathan Lord Conservative
  • Tim Loughton Conservative
  • Craig Mackinlay Conservative
  • Rachel Maclean Conservative
  • Anne Main Conservative
  • Alan Mak Conservative
  • Kit Malthouse Conservative
  • John Mann Labour
  • Scott Mann Conservative
  • Paul Masterton Conservative
  • Theresa May Conservative
  • Paul Maynard Conservative
  • Patrick McLoughlin Conservative
  • Stephen McPartland Conservative
  • Esther McVey Conservative
  • Mark Menzies Conservative
  • Johnny Mercer Conservative
  • Huw Merriman Conservative
  • Stephen Metcalfe Conservative
  • Maria Miller Conservative
  • Amanda Milling Conservative
  • Nigel Mills Conservative
  • Anne Milton Conservative
  • Andrew Mitchell Conservative
  • Damien Moore Conservative
  • Penny Mordaunt Conservative
  • Nicky Morgan Conservative
  • James Morris Conservative
  • Anne Marie Morris Conservative
  • David Morris Conservative
  • Wendy Morton Conservative
  • David Mundell Conservative
  • Sheryll Murray Conservative
  • Andrew Murrison Conservative
  • Bob Neill Conservative
  • Sarah Newton Conservative
  • Caroline Nokes Conservative
  • Jesse Norman Conservative
  • Neil O’Brien Conservative
  • Matthew Offord Conservative
  • Guy Opperman Conservative
  • Ian Paisley Jnr DUP
  • Neil Parish Conservative
  • Priti Patel Conservative
  • Owen Paterson Conservative
  • Mike Penning Conservative
  • John Penrose Conservative
  • Andrew Percy Conservative
  • Claire Perry Conservative
  • Chris Philp Conservative
  • Christopher Pincher Conservative
  • Daniel Poulter Conservative
  • Rebecca Pow Conservative
  • Victoria Prentis Conservative
  • Mark Prisk Conservative
  • Mark Pritchard Conservative
  • Tom Pursglove Conservative
  • Will Quince Conservative
  • Dominic Raab Conservative
  • John Redwood Conservative
  • Jacob Rees-Mogg Conservative
  • Laurence Robertson Conservative
  • Gavin Robinson DUP
  • Mary Robinson Conservative
  • Andrew Rosindell Conservative
  • Douglas Ross Conservative (proxy vote cast by Tracey Crouch)
  • Lee Rowley Conservative
  • Amber Rudd Conservative
  • David Rutley Conservative
  • Paul Scully Conservative
  • Bob Seely Conservative
  • Andrew Selous Conservative
  • Jim Shannon DUP
  • Grant Shapps Conservative
  • Alok Sharma Conservative
  • Alec Shelbrooke Conservative
  • David Simpson DUP
  • Chris Skidmore Conservative
  • Dennis Skinner Labour
  • Chloe Smith Conservative
  • Henry Smith Conservative
  • Royston Smith Conservative
  • Julian Smith Conservative
  • Mark Spencer Conservative
  • Andrew Stephenson Conservative
  • John Stevenson Conservative
  • Bob Stewart Conservative
  • Iain Stewart Conservative
  • Rory Stewart Conservative
  • Gary Streeter Conservative
  • Mel Stride Conservative
  • Graham Stringer Labour
  • Graham Stuart Conservative
  • Julian Sturdy Conservative
  • Rishi Sunak Conservative
  • Desmond Swayne Conservative
  • Hugo Swire Conservative
  • Robert Syms Conservative
  • Derek Thomas Conservative
  • Ross Thomson Conservative
  • Maggie Throup Conservative
  • Kelly Tolhurst Conservative
  • Justin Tomlinson Conservative
  • Michael Tomlinson Conservative
  • Craig Tracey Conservative
  • David Tredinnick Conservative
  • Anne-Marie Trevelyan Conservative
  • Elizabeth Truss Conservative
  • Thomas Tugendhat Conservative
  • Shailesh Vara Conservative
  • Martin Vickers Conservative
  • Theresa Villiers Conservative
  • Robin Walker Conservative
  • Charles Walker Conservative
  • Ben Wallace Conservative
  • David Warburton Conservative
  • Matt Warman Conservative
  • Giles Watling Conservative
  • Helen Whately Conservative
  • Heather Wheeler Conservative
  • Craig Whittaker Conservative
  • John Whittingdale Conservative
  • Bill Wiggin Conservative
  • Gavin Williamson Conservative
  • Sammy Wilson DUP
  • Mike Wood Conservative
  • William Wragg Conservative
  • Jeremy Wright Conservative
  • Nadhim Zahawi Conservative

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2 Responses

    1. AndyMac

      Sorry matey but the only elite in this country is the band of pro Brexit, Tax Evading RW bankers/Tories who are all for the exit process in order to protect their own financial interest.

      Long before you wrote that blog entry, Iain Macwhirter created this article in The H erald, 2013.

      “The reason Lawson has come out now and demanded withdrawal appears to be to do with the future not of Britain as a whole but of the City of London. The EU is in the process of constructing a fiscal and banking union because of the eurozone crisis. Europe’s central bankers have concluded the only way to stop any recurrence of financial turmoil is to create a central European treasury with powers to regulate banks and to issue bonds backed by the EU rather than simply member states. This would stop borrowing costs rising unsustainably as they did in Greece and Spain last year.

      To finance all this and police the banks, the EU wants to cap bankers’ bonuses and introduce a financial transactions tax on banks’ activities. This money would go into an insurance fund to guarantee a future bailout is paid for by banks, not taxpayers. But the City of London’s bankers are fiercely opposed to the tax. They don’t want to lose their bonuses either.

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