Highlights from the Indicative Votes Debate

Highlights from the Indicative Votes Debate

MPs debate the Business of the House Motion (to decide whether or not to proceed to the ‘indicative votes’ debate and motion)…

…And Philip Hollobone MP makes a witty observation… 

Then Leader of the House Andrea Leadsom confirms the Government’s opposition to the Business Motion…

The Business Motion passes by 331 to 287 (majority of 44)…

As the indicative votes debate kicks off, John Baron MP speaks to his No-deal Motion…

He then succinctly tears apart the scaremongering of a WTO Brexit…

Shadow Brexit Secretary Sir Keir Starmer sets out Labour’s approach to the indicative votes motions…

Brexit Secretary Stephen Barclay reaffirms the Government’s commitment to hold a third Meaningful Vote, as he responds to the indicative votes motions… 

Marcus Fysh MP speaks out against a second referendum, and a customs union…

Andrew Percy makes a passionate speech…

And Greg Hands argues against remaining in a customs union…

Brexit Minister Robin Walker opens the Brexit Delay Motion debate…

Sir Bernard Jenkin intervenes… 

And the Shadow Brexit Minister Matthew Pennycook confirms Labour’s support for the motion…

European Scrutiny Committee Chairman Sir Bill Cash follows…

Sir Oliver Letwin MP responds to the results of the indicative votes…

And Brexit Secretary Stephen Barclay delivers the Government’s response…

Mark Francois MP gives a robust and humorous reaction…