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01/12/2020 20:31 GMT | Updated 01/12/2020 20:54 GMT

These Are The 78 MPs Who Voted Against Tiered Covid Restrictions

Boris Johnson won backing for his plan despite a major rebellion from 55 Tory MPs.

Boris Johnson has won MPs’ backing for his plan for tougher coronavirus tiered local restrictions.

But his 291-78 vote victory came despite a major Tory rebellion, and meant only a minority of MPs backed the restrictions.

Here is a list of the 78 MPs who voted against introducing tiered restrictions:

Conservative (53) plus two tellers (55 in total)

Afriyie, Adam
Windsor
 
Ahmad Khan, Imran
Wakefield
 
Baker, Steve
Wycombe
 
Brady, Sir Graham
Altrincham and Sale West
 
Bridgen, Andrew
North West Leicestershire
 
Bristow, Paul
Peterborough
 
Chope, Sir Christopher
Christchurch
 
Clark, Greg
Tunbridge Wells
 
Daly, James
Bury North
 
Davies, Philip
Shipley
 
Davis, David
Haltemprice and Howden
 
Djanogly, Jonathan
Huntingdon
 
Doyle-Price, Jackie
Thurrock
 
Drax, Richard
South Dorset
 
Duncan Smith, Sir Iain
Chingford and Woodford Green
 
Francois, Mark
Rayleigh and Wickford
 
Fysh, Marcus
Yeovil
 
Gillan, Dame Cheryl
Chesham and Amersham
 
Green, Chris
Bolton West
 
Green, Damian
Ashford
 
Griffiths, Kate
Burton
 
Harper, Mark
Forest of Dean
 
Hollobone, Philip
Kettering
 
Jones, David
Clwyd West
 
Knight, Julian
Solihull
 
Largan, Robert
High Peak
 
Latham, Pauline
Mid Derbyshire
 
Loder, Chris
West Dorset
 
Loughton, Tim
East Worthing and Shoreham
 
Mackinlay, Craig
South Thanet
 
Mangnall, Anthony
Totnes
 
McCartney, Karl
Lincoln
 
McPartland, Stephen
Stevenage
 
McVey, Esther
Tatton
 
Merriman, Huw
Bexhill and Battle
 
Moore, Robbie
Keighley
 
Morris, Anne Marie
Newton Abbot
 
Neill, Sir Robert
Bromley and Chislehurst
 
Pawsey, Mark
Rugby
 
Redwood, John
Wokingham
 
Robinson, Mary
Cheadle
 
Rosindell, Andrew
Romford
 
Smith, Henry
Crawley
 
Spencer, Dr Ben
Runnymede and Weybridge
 
Swayne, Sir Desmond
New Forest West
 
Syms, Sir Robert
Poole
 
Tracey, Craig
North Warwickshire
 
Tugendhat, Tom
Tonbridge and Malling
 
Vickers, Matt
Stockton South
 
Wakeford, Christian
Bury South
 
Walker, Sir Charles
Broxbourne
 
Wallis, Dr Jamie
Bridgend
 
Warburton, David
Somerton and Frome
 
Wragg, William
Hazel Grove
 
Wright, Jeremy
Kenilworth and Southam

Democratic Unionist Party (8)


Campbell, Gregory
East Londonderry
 
Donaldson, Sir Jeffrey M
Lagan Valley
 
Girvan, Paul
South Antrim
 
Lockhart, Carla
Upper Bann
 
Paisley, Ian
North Antrim
 
Robinson, Gavin
Belfast East
 
Shannon, Jim
Strangford
 
Wilson, Sammy
East Antrim

 

Independent (2)

 
Corbyn, Jeremy
Islington North
 
Lewis, Dr Julian
New Forest East


Labour (15)


Begum, Apsana
Poplar and Limehouse
 
Burgon, Richard
Leeds East
 
Foy, Mary Kelly
City of Durham
 
Gwynne, Andrew
Denton and Reddish
 
Hill, Mike
Hartlepool
 
Jones, Kevan
North Durham
 
Lewell-Buck, Emma
South Shields
 
Mearns, Ian
Gateshead
 
Morris, Grahame
Easington
 
Osborne, Kate
Jarrow
 
Ribeiro-Addy, Bell
Streatham
 
Spellar, John
Warley
 
Stringer, Graham
Blackley and Broughton
 
Sultana, Zarah
Coventry South
 
Twigg, Derek
Halton