Brexit deal: How did your MP vote and which ones changed their minds? | Politics News
MPs have rejected Theresa May’s Brexit deal by an emphatic 391 votes to 242 – little more than two weeks before the UK is due to leave the European Union.
The prime minister’s 149-vote defeat was not as heavy as her loss in January – when her deal was rejected by a majority of 230 votes – but the result spells the end for her withdrawal agreement.
This is how the votes stacked up:
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On Wednesday, MPs will vote on whether the UK should leave the EU without a deal.
If MPs reject no-deal, a further vote will take place on Thursday on whether to extend Article 50 in order to delay the UK’s departure beyond the current 29 March deadline.
Forty MPs who voted against Mrs May’s Brexit deal in January backed it in the Commons on Tuesday evening.
They included former Brexit secretary David Davis and Sir Graham Brady, chairman of the 1922 Committee of backbench Conservative MPs.
One Labour MP – Caroline Flint – also voted in support of Mrs May’s deal after rejecting it in January.
Here is a list of Tory MPs who changed their minds by voting in favour of the deal this time: