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89 MPs Who Voted Against Triggering Article 50 By March

461 MPs backed starting two-year exit timetable - but these didn't.

08/12/2016 00:32

Parliament has backed a Brexit time-table starting next year, but these MPs voted against - including 23 Labour MPs and one Tory that defied their party whip. 

Conservative MPs - 1  

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Ken Clarke

Ken Clarke

Labour MPs - 23 

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Ben Bradshaw

 

Rushanara Ali

Graham Allen

Ben Bradshaw

Ann Coffey

Neil Coyle

Stella Creasy

Geraint Davies

Jim Dowd

Louise Ellman

Chris Evans

Paul Farrelly

Mike Gapes

Helen Hayes

Meg Hillier

Peter Kyle

David Lammy

Chris Leslie

Ian Murray

Barry Sheerman

Tulip Siddiq

Angela Smith

Catherine West

Daniel Zeichner

Lib Dem MPs - 5

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Tim Farron

 

Alistair Carmichael

Nick Clegg

Tim Farron

Sarah Olney

Mark Williams

SNP MPs - 51

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Alex Salmond

 

Tasmina Ahmed-Sheikh

Hannah Bardell

Mhairi Black

Ian Blackford

Kirsty Blackman

Philip Boswell

Deidre Brock

Alan Brown

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 MacNeil

John Mc Nally

Callum McCaig

Stuart McDonald

Anne McLaughlin

Carol Monaghan

Paul Monaghan

Roger Mullin

Gavin Newlands

John Nicolson

Brendan O’Hara

Kirsten Oswald

Steven Paterson

Angus Robertson

Alex Salmond

Tommy Sheppard

Chris Stephens

Alison Thewliss

Mike Weir

Eilidh Whiteford

Philippa Whitford

Corri Wilson

Pete Wishart

Green MPs - 1

Caroline Lucas  

SDLP MPs - 3

Mark Durkam

Alasdair McDonnell

Margaret Ritchie

Independent MPs - 2

Natalie McGarry

Michelle Thomson

Plaid Cymru MPs - 3

Jonathan Edwards

Liz Saville Roberts

Hywel Williams 

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