The Article 50 Bill passes: How MPs and peers voted on the Lords Amendments

The Article 50 Bill passes: How MPs and peers voted on the Lords Amendments

The Article 50 Bill has successfully passed through Parliament after MPs voted to reject the two amendments attached by the Lords, and the Lords backed down, allowing the Bill to pass in its original unamended form. The first amendment was to force the Government to issue a unilateral guarantee of EU citizens’ rights in the UK, while the second amendment was to force Theresa May to secure the approval of both Houses of Parliament before agreeing any Brexit deal with the European Union.

Mark Harper MP (Conservative): We should help the Lords out by getting rid of their poorly drafted amendments

The threatened Tory rebellion failed to materialise, with only two Tory MPs choosing to vote against the Government on the first amendment: Alex Chalk and Dr Tania Mathias (both of whom subsequently voted with the Government on the second). Nine Tory MPs who voted with the Government on the first amendment then chose to abstain on the second: Alastair Burt, Neil Carmichael, Dominic Grieve, Ben Howlett, Jeremy Lefroy, Nicky Morgan, Bob Neill, Antoinette Sandbach and Anna Soubry. Adam Afriyie abstained on the first but voted with the Government on the second, while three Tories did not vote on either: Heidi AllenKen Clarke and Andrew Tyrie.

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Dominic Raab MP (Conservative): You can’t legislate for every permutation – don’t weaken the Government at the very outset of these crucial negotiations

A hard core of 5 Labour MPs – Frank Field, Kate Hoey, Kelvin Hopkins, Graham Stringer and Gisela Stuart – backed the Government on both amendments, with one other Labour MP supporting the Government each time.

UKIP, the DUP’s 8 MPs and Independent Simon Danczuk supported the Government on both votes, while the Lib Dems, SNP, SDLP, Plaid Cmryu, Caroline Lucas and three Independent MPs consistently voted against the Government. Both UUP MPs switched sides, opposing the Government on the first amendment before supporting them on the second.

Gisela Stuart MP (Labour): This Bill has one purpose only – to give legal effect to the decision of the people on the 23rd of June

The Bill then returned to the Lords in its original unamended form. The Liberal Democrats led the ‘amend at any cost’ brigade, forcing divisions on both amendments once again, although many peers who had previously backed the amendments conceded that this was the time to respect the will of the elected house, including Lord Pannick who originally moved the ‘meaningful vote’ amendment last week.

Baroness Hayter (Labour spokesperson): It is a regret to me… however, we accept the view of the elected House

The Government held off the Liberal Democrat challenges with comfortable majorities, avoiding any ‘ping-pong’ between the Commons and the Lords, although not before a preposterous speech from Liberal Democrat peer Lord Taverne which essentially compared respecting the result of the referendum to supporting the “doctrine of Hitler, Mussolini and Stalin.”

The Bill can now shortly proceed to receive Royal Assent from the Queen, at which point it will become law and grant Theresa May the power to trigger Article 50, formally setting the UK on its path out of the European Union.

Lord Taverne (Liberal Democrat): The doctrine that the people’s will must always prevail is the doctrine of Hitler, of Mussolini, of Stalin

On the first amendment regarding the rights of EU nationals, 274 peers backed the Government: 216 Conservatives, 41 Crossbenchers, 3 Bishops, 1 Labour peer (Baroness Mallallieu) and 13 assorted others.

On the second amendment, 274 peers again backed the Government: 213 Conservatives, 41 Crossbenchers, 4 Bishops, 2 Labour peers (Lord Griffiths of Burry Port and Baroness Mallallieu) and 14 assorted others.

  • Lords Amendment 1: Motion to disagree: On a unilateral guarantee for EU citizens’ rights in the UK. PASSED by 337 votes to 289. Government majority of 48.
  • Lords Amendment 2: Motion to disagree: On a ‘meaningful vote’ for Parliament before any Brexit deal. PASSED by 333 votes to 288. Government majority of 45.
  • Lords Division to reinstate Amendment 1 (Lord Oates, Liberal Democrat): REJECTED by 274 votes to 135. Government majority of 139.
  • Lords Division to reinstate Amendment 2 (Baroness Ludford, Liberal Democrat): REJECTED by 274 to 118. Government majority of 156

Archbishop John Sentamu: If we want a quick resolution to EU citizens in this country, we should trigger Article 50 without further delay

Full breakdowns of how MPs and peers voted each way in the divisions were as follows. Bold indicates an MP who voted in different ways (including abstentions) on the two amendments:

The 337 MPs who voted in favour of rejecting the Lords amendment on a unilateral guarantee for EU citizens’ rights

Conservative (321)

Nigel Adams, Peter Aldous, Lucy Allan, Sir David Amess, Stuart Andrew, Caroline Ansell, Edward Argar, Victoria Atkins, Richard Bacon, Steve Baker, Harriett Baldwin, Stephen Barclay, John Baron, Gavin Barwell, Guto Bebb, Sir Henry Bellingham, Richard Benyon, Sir Paul Beresford, Jake Berry, James Berry, Andrew Bingham, Bob Blackman, Nicola Blackwood, Crispin Blunt, Nick Boles, Peter Bone, Victoria Borwick, Sir Peter Bottomley, Karen Bradley, Graham Brady, Sir Julian Brazier, Andrew Bridgen, Steve Brine, James Brokenshire, Fiona Bruce, Robert Buckland, Conor Burns, Simon Burns, David Burrowes, Alistair Burt, Alun Cairns, Neil Carmichael, James Cartlidge, Sir William Cash, Maria Caulfield, Rehman Chishti, Christopher Chope, Jo Churchill, Greg Clark, James Cleverly, Geoffrey Clifton-Brown, Dr Thérèse Coffey, Damian Collins, Oliver Colvile, Alberto Costa, Robert Courts, Geoffrey Cox, Stephen Crabb, Tracey Crouch, Byron Davies, Chris Davies, David TC Davies, Dr James Davies, Glyn Davies, Mims Davies, Philip Davies, David Davis, Caroline Dinenage, Jonathan Djanogly, Michelle Donelan, Nadine Dorries, Steve Double, Oliver Dowden, Jackie Doyle-Price (teller), Richard Drax, Flick Drummond, James Duddridge, Iain Duncan Smith, Sir Alan Duncan, Philip Dunne, Michael Ellis, Jane Ellison, Tobias Ellwood, Charlie Elphicke, George Eustice, Graham Evans, Nigel Evans, David Evennett, Michael Fabricant, Sir Michael Fallon, Suella Fernandes, Mark Field, Kevin Foster, Dr Liam Fox, Mark Francois, Lucy Frazer, George Freeman, Mike Freer, Richard Fuller, Marcus Fysh, Mark Garnier, Sir Edward Garnier, David Gauke, Nusrat Ghani, Nick Gibb, Cheryl Gillan, John Glen, Robert Goodwill, Michael Gove, Richard Graham, Helen Grant, James Gray, Chris Grayling, Chris Green, Damian Green, Justine Greening, Dominic Grieve, Andrew Griffiths, Ben Gummer, Sam Gyimah, Robert Halfon, Luke Hall, Philip Hammond, Stephen Hammond, Matt Hancock, Greg Hands, Mark Harper, Richard Harrington, Rebecca Harris, Trudy Harrison, Simon Hart, Sir Alan Haselhurst, John Hayes, Sir Oliver Heald, James Heappey, Chris Heaton-Harris, Peter Heaton-Jones, Gordon Henderson, Nick Herbert, Damian Hinds, Simon Hoare, George Hollingbery, Kevin Hollinrake, Philip Hollobone, Adam Holloway, Kris Hopkins, Sir Gerald Howarth, John Howell, Ben Howlett, Nigel Huddleston, Jeremy Hunt, Nick Hurd, Stewart Jackson, Margot James, Sajid Javid, Ranil Jayawardena, Bernard Jenkin, Andrea Jenkyns, Robert Jenrick, Boris Johnson, Dr Caroline Johnson, Gareth Johnson, Joseph Johnson, Andrew Jones, David Jones, Marcus Jones, Daniel Kawczynski, Seema Kennedy, Simon Kirby, Julian Knight, Sir Greg Knight, Kwasi Kwarteng, Mark Lancaster, Pauline Latham, Andrea Leadsom, Dr Phillip Lee, Jeremy Lefroy, Sir Edward Leigh, Charlotte Leslie, Sir Oliver Letwin, Brandon Lewis, Dr Julian Lewis, Ian Liddell-Grainger, David Lidington, Peter Lilley, Jack Lopresti, Jonathan Lord, Karen Lumley, Craig Mackinlay, David Mackintosh, Anne Main, Alan Mak, Kit Malthouse, Scott Mann, Theresa May, Paul Maynard, Jason McCartney, Karl McCartney, Sir Patrick McLoughlin, Stephen McPartland, Mark Menzies, Johnny Mercer, Huw Merriman, Stephen Metcalfe, Maria Miller, Amanda Milling, Nigel Mills, Anne Milton, Andrew Mitchell, Penny Mordaunt, Nicky Morgan, Anne Marie Morris, David Morris, James Morris, Wendy Morton, David Mowat, David Mundell, Sheryll Murray, Dr Andrew Murrison, Robert Neill, Sarah Newton, Caroline Noke, Jesse Norman, David Nuttall, Dr Matthew Offord, Guy Opperman, George Osborne, Neil Parish, Priti Patel, Owen Paterson, Mark Pawsey, Mike Penning, John Penrose, Andrew Percy, Claire Perry, Chris Philp, Sir Eric Pickles, Christopher Pincher, Dr Dan Poulter, Rebecca Pow, Victoria Prentis, Mark Prisk , Mark Pritchard, Tom Pursglove, Jeremy Quin, Will Quince, Dominic Raab, John Redwood, Jacob Rees-Mogg, Laurence Robertson, Mary Robinson, Andrew Rosindell, Amber Rudd, David Rutley, Antoinette Sandbach, Paul Scully, Andrew Selous, Grant Shapps, Alok Sharma, Alec Shelbrooke, Keith Simpson, Chris Skidmore, Chloe Smith, Henry Smith, Julian Smith, Royston Smith, Sir Nicholas Soames, Amanda Solloway, Anna Soubry, Dame Caroline Spelman, Mark Spencer, Andrew Stephenson, John Stevenson, Bob Stewart, Iain Stewart, Rory Stewart, Gary Streeter, Mel Stride, Graham Stuart, Julian Sturdy, Rishi Sunak, Sir Desmond Swayne, Sir Hugo Swire, Robert Syms, Derek Thomas, Maggie Throup, Edward Timpson, Kelly Tolhurst, Justin Tomlinson, Michael Tomlinson, Craig Tracey, David Tredinnick, Anne-Marie Trevelyan, Elizabeth Truss, Tom Tugendhat, Andrew Turner, Edward Vaizey, Shailesh Vara, Martin Vickers, Theresa Villiers, Charles Walker, Robin Walker, Ben Wallace, David Warburton, Matt Warman, Dame Angela Watkinson, James Wharton, Helen Whately, Heather Wheeler (teller), Chris White, Craig Whittaker, John Whittingdale, Bill Wiggin, Craig Williams, Gavin Williamson, Rob Wilson, Sarah Wollaston, Mike Wood, William Wragg, Jeremy Wright, Nadhim Zahawi

Labour (6)

Frank Field, Kate Hoey, Kelvin Hopkins, Rob Marris, Graham Stringer, Gisela Stuart

Liberal Democrat (0)

Democratic Unionist Party (8)

Gregory Campbell, Nigel Dodds, Sir Jeffrey M. Donaldson, Ian Paisley, Gavin Robinson, Jim Shannon, David Simpson, Sammy Wilson

UKIP (1)

Douglas Carswell

Independent (1)

Simon Danczuk

The 289 MPs who voted against rejecting the Lords amendment on a unilateral guarantee for EU citizens’ rights

Conservative (2)

Alex Chalk, Dr Tania Mathias

Labour (212)

Diane Abbott, Debbie Abrahams, Heidi Alexander, Rushanara Ali, Graham Allen, Dr Rosena Allin-Khan, David Anderson, Jonathan Ashworth, Ian Austin, Adrian Bailey, Sir Kevin Barron, Margaret Beckett, Hilary Benn, Clive Betts, Dr Roberta Blackman-Woods, Tom Blenkinsop, Paul Blomfield, Tracy Brabin, Ben Bradshaw, Kevin Brennan, Lyn Brown, Nicholas Brown, Chris Bryant, Karen Buck, Richard Burden, Richard Burgon, Andy Burnham, Dawn Butler, Liam Byrne, Ruth Cadbury, Alan Campbell, Ronnie Campbell, Sarah Champion, Jenny Chapman, Ann Clwyd, Vernon Coaker, Ann Coffey, Julie Cooper, Rosie Cooper, Yvette Cooper, Jeremy Corbyn, Neil Coyle, Sir David Crausby, Mary Creagh, Stella Creasy, Jon Cruddas, John Cryer, Judith Cummins, Alex Cunningham, Jim Cunningham, Nic Dakin (teller), Wayne David, Geraint Davies, Gloria De Piero, Thangam Debbonaire, Stephen Doughty, Jim Dowd, Peter Dowd, Jack Dromey, Michael Dugher, Maria Eagle, Angela Eagle, Clive Efford, Julie Elliott, Louise Ellman, Chris Elmore, Bill Esterson, Chris Evans, Paul Farrelly, Jim Fitzpatrick, Colleen Fletcher, Caroline Flint, Paul Flynn, Vicky Foxcroft, Gill Furniss, Mike Gapes, Barry Gardiner, Pat Glass, Mary Glindon, Roger Godsiff, Helen Goodman, Kate Green, Lilian Greenwood, Margaret Greenwood, Nia Griffith, Andrew Gwynne, Louise Haigh, Fabian Hamilton, David Hanson, Harriet Harman, Carolyn Harris, Helen Hayes, Sue Hayman, John Healey, Mark Hendrick, Stephen Hepburn, Meg Hillier, Sharon Hodgson, Kate Hollern, Dr Rupa Huq, Imran Hussain, Dan Jarvis, Alan Johnson, Diana Johnson, Gerald Jones, Helen Jones, Kevan Jones, Susan Elan Jones, Mike Kane, Barbara Keeley, Liz Kendall, Stephen Kinnock, Peter Kyle, David Lammy, Ian Lavery, Chris Leslie, Emma Lewell-Buck, Clive Lewis, Ivan Lewis, Rebecca Long-Bailey, Ian C. Lucas, Holly Lynch, Fiona Mactaggart, Justin Madders, Khalid Mahmood, Shabana Mahmood, Seema Malhotra, John Mann, Gordon Marsden, Rachael Maskell, Christian Matheson, Steve McCabe, Kerry McCarthy, Siobhain McDonagh, Andy McDonald, John McDonnell, Pat McFadden, Conor McGinn, Alison McGovern, Liz McInnes, Catherine McKinnell, Jim McMahon, Alan Meale, Ian Mearns, Edward Miliband, Madeleine Moon, Jessica Morden, Grahame Morris, Ian Murray, Lisa Nandy, Melanie Onn, Chi Onwurah, Kate Osamor, Albert Owen, Teresa Pearce, Matthew Pennycook, Jess Phillips, Bridget Phillipson, Stephen Pound, Lucy Powell, Yasmin Qureshi, Angela Rayner, Steve Reed, Christina Rees, Rachel Reeves, Emma Reynolds, Jonathan Reynolds, Marie Rimmer, Geoffrey Robinson, Steve Rotheram, Joan Ryan, Naz Shah, Virendra Sharma, Paula Sherriff, Gavin Shuker, Tulip Siddiq, Dennis Skinner, Andy Slaughter, Ruth Smeeth, Angela Smith, Cat Smith, Andrew Smith, Jeff Smith (teller), Nick Smith, Owen Smith, Karin Smyth, Gareth Snell, John Spellar, Sir Keir Starmer, Jo Stevens, Wes Streeting, Mark Tami, Nick Thomas-Symonds, Emily Thornberry, Stephen Timms, Jon Trickett, Anna Turley, Karl Turner, Derek Twigg, Stephen Twigg, Chuka Umunna, Keith Vaz, Valerie Vaz, Tom Watson, Catherine West, Dr Alan Whitehead, Phil Wilson, David Winnick, Dame Rosie Winterton, John Woodcock, Iain Wright, Daniel Zeichner

Liberal Democrat (9)

Tom Brake, Alistair Carmichael, Nick Clegg, Tim Farron, Norman Lamb, Greg Mulholland, Sarah Olney, John Pugh, Mark Williams

Scottish National Party (54)

Tasmina Ahmed-Sheikh, Richard Arkless, Hannah Bardell, Mhairi Black, Ian Blackford, Kirsty Blackman, Philip Boswell, Deidre Brock, Alan Brown, Dr Lisa Cameron, Douglas Chapman, Joanna Cherry, Ronnie Cowan, Angela Crawley, Martyn Day, Martin Docherty-Hughes, Stuart Blair Donaldson, Marion Fellows, Margaret Ferrier, Stephen Gethins, Patricia Gibson, Patrick Grady, Peter Grant, Neil Gray, Drew Hendry, Stewart Hosie, George Kerevan, Calum Kerr, Chris Law, Angus Brendan MacNeil, John McNally, Callum McCaig, Stewart Malcolm McDonald, Stuart C. McDonald, Anne McLaughlin, Carol Monaghan, Dr Paul Monaghan, Roger Mullin, Gavin Newlands, John Nicolson, Brendan O’Hara, Kirsten , Steven Paterson, Angus Robertson, Alex Salmond, Tommy Sheppard, Chris Stephens, Alison Thewliss, Owen Thompson, Mike Weir, Dr Eilidh Whiteford, Dr Philippa Whitford, Corri Wilson, Pete Wishart

Plaid Cymru (3)

Jonathan Edwards, Liz Saville Roberts, Hywel Williams

SDLP (3)

Mark Durkan, Dr Alasdair McDonnell, Margaret Ritchie

Ulster Unionist Party (2)

Tom Elliott, Danny Kinahan

Green (1)

Caroline Lucas

Independent (3)

Lady Hermon, Natalie McGarry, Michelle Thomson

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The 333 MPs who voted in favour of rejecting the Lords amendment on a ‘meaningful vote’ for Parliament before any Brexit deal

Conservative (315)

Nigel Adams, Adam Afriyie, Peter Aldous, Lucy Allan, Sir David Amess, Stuart Andrew, Caroline Ansell, Edward Argar, Victoria Atkins, Richard Bacon, Steve Baker, Harriett Baldwin, Stephen Barclay, John Baron, Gavin Barwell, Guto Bebb, Sir Henry Bellingham, Richard Benyon, Sir Paul Beresford, Jake Berry, James Berry, Andrew Bingham, Bob Blackman, Nicola Blackwood, Crispin Blunt, Nick Boles, Peter Bone, Victoria Borwick, Sir Peter Bottomley, Karen Bradley, Graham Brady, Sir Julian Brazier, Andrew Bridgen, Steve Brine, James Brokenshire, Fiona Bruce, Robert Buckland, Conor Burns, Simon Burns, David Burrowes, Alun Cairns, James Cartlidge, Sir William Cash, Maria Caulfield, Alex Chalk, Rehman Chishti, Christopher Chope, Jo Churchill, Greg Clark, James Cleverly, Geoffrey Clifton-Brown, Dr Thérèse Coffey, Damian Collins, Oliver Colvile, Alberto Costa, Robert Courts, Geoffrey Cox, Stephen Crabb, Tracey Crouch, Byron Davies, Chris Davies, David TC Davies, Dr James Davies, Glyn Davies, Mims Davies, Philip Davies, David Davis, Caroline Dinenage, Jonathan Djanogly, Michelle Donelan, Nadine Dorries, Steve Double, Oliver Dowden, Jackie Doyle-Price (teller), Richard Drax, Flick Drummond, James Duddridge, Iain Duncan Smith, Sir Alan Duncan, Philip Dunne, Michael Ellis, Jane Ellison, Tobias Ellwood, Charlie Elphicke, George Eustice, Graham Evans, Nigel Evans, David Evennett, Michael Fabricant, Sir Michael Fallon, Suella Fernandes, Mark Field, Kevin Foster, Dr Liam Fox, Mark Francois, Lucy Frazer, George Freeman, Mike Freer, Richard Fuller, Marcus Fysh, Mark Garnier, Sir Edward Garnier, David Gauke, Nusrat Ghani, Nick Gibb, Cheryl Gillan, John Glen, Robert Goodwill, Michael Gove, Richard Graham, Helen Grant, James Gray, Chris Grayling, Chris Green, Damian Green, Justine Greening, Andrew Griffiths, Ben Gummer, Sam Gyimah, Robert Halfon, Luke Hall, Philip Hammond, Stephen Hammond, Matt Hancock, Greg Hands, Mark Harper, Richard Harrington, Rebecca Harris, Trudy Harrison, Simon Hart, Sir Alan Haselhurst, John Hayes, Sir Oliver Heald, James Heappey, Chris Heaton-Harris, Peter Heaton-Jones, Gordon Henderson, Nick Herbert, Damian Hinds, Simon Hoare, George Hollingbery, Kevin Hollinrake, Philip Hollobone, Adam Holloway, Kris Hopkins, Sir Gerald Howarth, John Howell, Nigel Huddleston, Jeremy Hunt, Nick Hurd, Stewart Jackson, Margot James, Sajid Javid, Ranil Jayawardena, Bernard Jenkin, Andrea Jenkyns, Robert Jenrick, Boris Johnson, Dr Caroline Johnson, Gareth Johnson, Joseph Johnson, Andrew Jones, David Jones, Marcus Jones, Daniel Kawczynski, Seema Kennedy, Simon Kirby, Julian Knight, Sir Greg Knight, Kwasi Kwarteng, Mark Lancaster, Pauline Latham, Andrea Leadsom, Dr Phillip Lee, Sir Edward Leigh, Charlotte Leslie, Sir Oliver Letwin, Brandon Lewis, Dr Julian Lewis, Ian Liddell-Grainger, David Lidington, Peter Lilley, Jack Lopresti, Jonathan Lord, Karen Lumley, Craig Mackinlay, David Mackintosh, Anne Main, Alan Mak, Kit Malthouse, Scott Mann, Dr Tania Mathias, Theresa May, Paul Maynard, Jason McCartney, Karl McCartney, Sir Patrick McLoughlin, Stephen McPartland, Mark Menzies, Johnny Mercer, Huw Merriman, Stephen Metcalfe, Maria Miller, Amanda Milling, Nigel Mills, Anne Milton, Andrew Mitchell, Penny Mordaunt, Anne Marie Morris, David Morris, James Morris, Wendy Morton, David Mowat, David Mundell, Sheryll Murray, Dr Andrew Murrison, Sarah Newton, Caroline Noke, Jesse Norman, David Nuttall, Dr Matthew Offord, Guy Opperman, George Osborne, Neil Parish, Priti Patel, Owen Paterson, Mark Pawsey, Mike Penning, John Penrose, Andrew Percy, Claire Perry, Chris Philp, Sir Eric Pickles, Christopher Pincher, Dr Dan Poulter, Rebecca Pow, Victoria Prentis, Mark Prisk , Mark Pritchard, Tom Pursglove, Jeremy Quin, Will Quince, Dominic Raab, John Redwood, Jacob Rees-Mogg, Laurence Robertson, Mary Robinson, Andrew Rosindell, Amber Rudd, David Rutley, Paul Scully, Andrew Selous, Grant Shapps, Alok Sharma, Alec Shelbrooke, Keith Simpson, Chris Skidmore, Chloe Smith, Henry Smith, Julian Smith, Royston Smith, Sir Nicholas Soames, Amanda Solloway, Dame Caroline Spelman, Mark Spencer, Andrew Stephenson, John Stevenson, Bob Stewart, Iain Stewart, Rory Stewart, Gary Streeter, Mel Stride, Graham Stuart, Julian Sturdy, Rishi Sunak, Sir Desmond Swayne, Sir Hugo Swire, Robert Syms, Derek Thomas, Maggie Throup, Edward Timpson, Kelly Tolhurst, Justin Tomlinson, Michael Tomlinson, Craig Tracey, David Tredinnick, Anne-Marie Trevelyan, Elizabeth Truss, Tom Tugendhat, Andrew Turner, Edward Vaizey, Shailesh Vara, Martin Vickers, Theresa Villiers, Charles Walker, Robin Walker, Ben Wallace, David Warburton, Matt Warman, Dame Angela Watkinson, James Wharton, Helen Whately, Heather Wheeler (teller), Chris White, Craig Whittaker, John Whittingdale, Bill Wiggin, Craig Williams, Gavin Williamson, Rob Wilson, Sarah Wollaston, Mike Wood, William Wragg, Jeremy Wright, Nadhim Zahawi

Labour (6)

Ronnie Campbell, Frank Field, Kate Hoey, Kelvin Hopkins, Graham Stringer, Gisela Stuart

Liberal Democrat (0)

Democratic Unionist Party (8)

Gregory Campbell, Nigel Dodds, Sir Jeffrey M. Donaldson, Ian Paisley, Gavin Robinson, Jim Shannon, David Simpson, Sammy Wilson

Ulster Unionist Party (2)

Tom Elliott, Danny Kinahan

UKIP (1)

Douglas Carswell

Independent (1)

Simon Danczuk

The 288 MPs who voted against rejecting the Lords amendment on a ‘meaningful vote’ for Parliament before any Brexit deal

Conservative (0)

Labour (215)

Diane Abbott, Debbie Abrahams, Heidi Alexander, Rushanara Ali, Graham Allen, Dr Rosena Allin-Khan, David Anderson, Jonathan Ashworth, Ian Austin, Adrian Bailey, Sir Kevin Barron, Margaret Beckett, Hilary Benn, Clive Betts, Dr Roberta Blackman-Woods, Tom Blenkinsop, Paul Blomfield, Tracy Brabin, Ben Bradshaw, Kevin Brennan, Lyn Brown, Nicholas Brown, Chris Bryant, Karen Buck, Richard Burden, Richard Burgon, Andy Burnham, Dawn Butler, Liam Byrne, Ruth Cadbury, Alan Campbell, Sarah Champion, Jenny Chapman, Ann Clwyd, Vernon Coaker, Ann Coffey, Julie Cooper, Rosie Cooper, Yvette Cooper, Jeremy Corbyn, Neil Coyle, Sir David Crausby, Mary Creagh, Stella Creasy, Jon Cruddas, John Cryer, Judith Cummins, Alex Cunningham, Jim Cunningham, Nic Dakin (teller), Wayne David, Geraint Davies, Gloria De Piero, Thangam Debbonaire, Stephen Doughty, Jim Dowd, Peter Dowd, Jack Dromey, Michael Dugher, Maria Eagle, Angela Eagle, Clive Efford, Julie Elliott, Louise Ellman, Chris Elmore, Bill Esterson, Chris Evans, Paul Farrelly, Jim Fitzpatrick, Robert Flello, Colleen Fletcher, Caroline Flint, Paul Flynn, Vicky Foxcroft, Gill Furniss, Mike Gapes, Barry Gardiner, Pat Glass, Mary Glindon, Roger Godsiff, Helen Goodman, Kate Green, Lilian Greenwood, Margaret Greenwood, Nia Griffith, Andrew Gwynne, Louise Haigh, Fabian Hamilton, David Hanson, Harriet Harman, Carolyn Harris, Helen Hayes, Sue Hayman, John Healey, Mark Hendrick, Stephen Hepburn, Meg Hillier, Sharon Hodgson, Kate Hollern, Dr Rupa Huq, Imran Hussain, Dan Jarvis, Alan Johnson, Diana Johnson, Gerald Jones, Graham Jones, Helen Jones, Kevan Jones, Susan Elan Jones, Mike Kane, Barbara Keeley, Liz Kendall, Stephen Kinnock, Peter Kyle, David Lammy, Ian Lavery, Chris Leslie, Emma Lewell-Buck, Clive Lewis, Ivan Lewis, Rebecca Long-Bailey, Ian C. Lucas, Holly Lynch, Fiona Mactaggart, Justin Madders, Khalid Mahmood, Shabana Mahmood, Seema Malhotra, John Mann, Rob Marris, Gordon Marsden, Rachael Maskell, Christian Matheson, Steve McCabe, Kerry McCarthy, Siobhain McDonagh, Andy McDonald, John McDonnell, Pat McFadden, Conor McGinn, Alison McGovern, Liz McInnes, Catherine McKinnell, Jim McMahon, Alan Meale, Ian Mearns, Edward Miliband, Madeleine Moon, Jessica Morden, Grahame Morris, Ian Murray, Lisa Nandy, Melanie Onn, Chi Onwurah, Kate Osamor, Albert Owen, Teresa Pearce, Matthew Pennycook, Jess Phillips, Bridget Phillipson, Stephen Pound, Lucy Powell, Yasmin Qureshi, Angela Rayner, Steve Reed, Christina Rees, Rachel Reeves, Emma Reynolds, Jonathan Reynolds, Marie Rimmer, Geoffrey Robinson, Steve Rotheram, Joan Ryan, Naz Shah, Virendra Sharma, Barry Sheerman, Paula Sherriff, Gavin Shuker, Tulip Siddiq, Dennis Skinner, Andy Slaughter, Ruth Smeeth, Angela Smith, Cat Smith, Andrew Smith, Jeff Smith (teller), Nick Smith, Owen Smith, Karin Smyth, Gareth Snell, John Spellar, Sir Keir Starmer, Jo Stevens, Wes Streeting, Mark Tami, Nick Thomas-Symonds, Emily Thornberry, Stephen Timms, Jon Trickett, Anna Turley, Karl Turner, Derek Twigg, Stephen Twigg, Chuka Umunna, Keith Vaz, Valerie Vaz, Tom Watson, Catherine West, Dr Alan Whitehead, Phil Wilson, David Winnick, Dame Rosie Winterton, John Woodcock, Iain Wright, Daniel Zeichner

Liberal Democrat (9)

Tom Brake, Alistair Carmichael, Nick Clegg, Tim Farron, Norman Lamb, Greg Mulholland, Sarah Olney, John Pugh, Mark Williams

Scottish National Party (54)

Tasmina Ahmed-Sheikh, Richard Arkless, Hannah Bardell, Mhairi Black, Ian Blackford, Kirsty Blackman, Philip Boswell, Deidre Brock, Alan Brown, Dr Lisa Cameron, Douglas Chapman, Joanna Cherry, Ronnie Cowan, Angela Crawley, Martyn Day, Martin Docherty-Hughes, Stuart Blair Donaldson, Marion Fellows, Margaret Ferrier, Stephen Gethins, Patricia Gibson, Patrick Grady, Peter Grant, Neil Gray, Drew Hendry, Stewart Hosie, George Kerevan, Calum Kerr, Chris Law, Angus Brendan MacNeil, John McNally, Callum McCaig, Stewart Malcolm McDonald, Stuart C. McDonald, Anne McLaughlin, Carol Monaghan, Dr Paul Monaghan, Roger Mullin, Gavin Newlands, John Nicolson, Brendan O’Hara, Kirsten , Steven Paterson, Angus Robertson, Alex Salmond, Tommy Sheppard, Chris Stephens, Alison Thewliss, Owen Thompson, Mike Weir, Dr Eilidh Whiteford, Dr Philippa Whitford, Corri Wilson, Pete Wishart

Plaid Cymru (3)

Jonathan Edwards, Liz Saville Roberts, Hywel Williams

SDLP (3)

Mark Durkan, Dr Alasdair McDonnell, Margaret Ritchie

Green (1)

Caroline Lucas

Independent (3)

Lady Hermon, Natalie McGarry, Michelle Thomson

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The 135 peers who voted to reinstate the EU citizens amendment

Liberal Democrat (87)

Lord Addington, Lord Allan of Hallam, Lord Ashdown of Norton-sub-Hamdon, Baroness Bakewell of Hardington Mandeville, Baroness Barker, Lord Beith, Baroness Benjamin, Baroness Bonham-Carter of Yarnbury, Baroness Bowles of Berkhamsted, Lord Bradshaw, Baroness Brinton, Lord Bruce of Bennachie, Baroness Burt of Solihull, Lord Chidgey, Lord Cotter, Lord Dholakia, Baroness Doocey, Baroness Falkner of Margravine, Lord Fearn, Baroness Featherstone, Lord Foster of Bath, Lord Fox, Baroness Garden of Frognal, Lord German, Earl of Glasgow, Lord Goddard of Stockport, Lord Greaves, Baroness Grender, Baroness Hamwee, Baroness Humphreys, Lord Hussain, Baroness Hussein-Ece, Baroness Janke, Baroness Jolly, Lord Jones of Cheltenham, Baroness Kramer, Lord Lester of Herne Hill, Baroness Ludford, Lord Macdonald of River Glaven, Lord Maclennan of Rogart, Baroness Maddock, Lord Marks of Henley-on-Thames, Lord McNally, Baroness Miller of Chilthorne Domer, Lord Newby, Baroness Northover, Lord Oates, Lord Paddick, Lord Palmer of Childs Hill, Baroness Parminter, Baroness Pinnock, Lord Purvis of Tweed, Baroness Randerson, Lord Razzall, Lord Redesdale, Lord Rennard, Lord Roberts of Llandudno, Lord Rodgers of Quarry Bank, Lord Scriven, Lord Sharkey, Baroness Sheehan, Lord Shipley, Lord Shutt of Greetland, Lord Smith of Clifton, Baroness Smith of Newnham, Lord Steel of Aikwood, Lord Stephen, Lord Stoneham of Droxford, Lord Storey, Lord Strasburger, Lord Stunell, Baroness Suttie, Lord Taverne, Lord Taylor of Goss Moor, Lord Teverson, Lord Thomas of Gresford, Baroness Thomas of Winchester, Baroness Thornhill, Lord Tope, Baroness Tyler of Enfield, Lord Tyler, Lord Verjee, Lord Wallace of Saltaire, Lord Wallace of Tankerness, Baroness Walmsley, Lord Watson of Richmond, Lord Wrigglesworth

Labour (25)

Baroness Andrews, Lord Bach, Baroness Bakewell, Lord Berkeley, Lord Cashman, Baroness Cohen of Pimlico, Baroness Crawley, Lord Davies of Stamford, Lord Drayson, Lord Dubs, Lord Faulkner of Worcester, Baroness Golding, Lord Griffiths of Burry Port, Viscount Hanworth, Lord Hunt of Chesterton, Lord Judd, Baroness Kennedy of The Shaws, Lord Liddle, Lord Mandelson, Baroness Massey of Darwen, Lord Morris of Handsworth, Lord Puttnam, Baroness Quin, Baroness Royall of Blaisdon, Lord Wood of Anfield

Crossbenchers (17)

Lord Alton of Liverpool, Lord Brown of Eaton-under-Heywood, Earl of Clancarty, Baroness Coussins, Lord Dykes, Baroness Finlay of Llandaff, Baroness Grey-Thompson, Lord Hylton, Baroness Kidron, Lord Krebs, Lord Mair, Lord Rees of Ludlow, Earl of Sandwich, Duke of Somerset, Baroness Valentine, Lord Warner, Baroness Young of Hornsey

Other (6)

Lord Eatwell, Baroness Jones of Moulsecoomb, Lord Oakeshott of Seagrove Bay, Lord Smith of Finsbury, Baroness Tonge, Lord Wigley

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The 118 peers who voted to reinstate the ‘meaningful vote’ amendment

Liberal Democrat (83)

Lord Addington, Lord Allan of Hallam, Lord Ashdown of Norton-sub-Hamdon, Baroness Bakewell of Hardington Mandeville, Baroness Barker, Lord Beith, Baroness Benjamin, Baroness Bonham-Carter of Yarnbury, Baroness Bowles of Berkhamsted, Lord Bradshaw, Baroness Brinton, Lord Bruce of Bennachie, Baroness Burt of Solihull, Lord Chidgey, Lord Cotter, Lord Dholakia, Baroness Doocey, Lord Fearn, Baroness Featherstone, Lord Foster of Bath, Lord Fox, Baroness Garden of Frognal, Lord German, Earl of Glasgow, Lord Goddard of Stockport, Lord Greaves, Baroness Grender, Baroness Hamwee, Baroness Humphreys, Lord Hussain, Baroness Hussein-Ece, Baroness Janke, Baroness Jolly, Lord Jones of Cheltenham, Baroness Kramer, Lord Lester of Herne Hill, Baroness Ludford, Lord Macdonald of River Glaven, Baroness Maddock, Lord Marks of Henley-on-Thames, Lord McNally, Baroness Miller of Chilthorne Domer, Lord Newby, Baroness Northover, Lord Oates, Lord Paddick, Lord Palmer of Childs Hill, Baroness Parminter, Baroness Pinnock, Lord Purvis of Tweed, Baroness Randerson, Lord Razzall, Lord Redesdale, Lord Rennard, Lord Roberts of Llandudno, Lord Rodgers of Quarry Bank, Lord Scriven, Lord Sharkey, Baroness Sheehan, Lord Shipley, Lord Shutt of Greetland, Baroness Smith of Newnham, Lord Steel of Aikwood, Lord Stephen, Lord Stoneham of Droxford, Lord Storey, Lord Strasburger, Lord Stunell, Baroness Suttie, Lord Taverne, Lord Taylor of Goss Moor, Lord Teverson, Lord Thomas of Gresford, Baroness Thomas of Winchester, Baroness Thornhill, Lord Tope, Baroness Tyler of Enfield, Lord Tyler, Lord Verjee, Lord Wallace of Saltaire, Lord Wallace of Tankerness, Baroness Walmsley, Lord Wrigglesworth

Labour (19)

Lord Bach, Baroness Bakewell, Lord Berkeley, Lord Brooke of Alverthorpe, Lord Cashman, Baroness Crawley, Lord Davies of Stamford, Lord Drayson, Lord Faulkner of Worcester, Lord Giddens, Viscount Hanworth, Lord Judd, Baroness Kennedy of The Shaws, Lord Liddle, Lord Mandelson, Baroness Massey of Darwen, Lord Puttnam, Baroness Quin, Lord Wood of Anfield

Crossbenchers (11)

Earl of Clancarty, Baroness Coussins, Lord Dykes, Baroness Finlay of Llandaff, Baroness Grey-Thompson, Baroness Kidron, Lord Krebs, Lord Rees of Ludlow, Earl of Sandwich, Baroness Valentine, Baroness Young of Hornsey

Other (5)

Baroness Jones of Moulsecoomb, Lord Oakeshott of Seagrove Bay, Lord Smith of Finsbury, Baroness Tonge, Lord Wigley