EU withdrawal deal: How did your MP vote on the Letwin amendment?

MPs delivered their latest defeat to Boris Johnson in accepting an amendment by Oliver Letwin to withhold approval for the prime minster’s Brexit withdrawal agreement until relevant legislation has passed. Find out how the vote broke down, and how each MP voted.

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