Ministers want powers to break international law: how did your MP vote?

Many senior Tories did not vote, and two Conservative MPs rebelled in the first Commons division on Boris Johnson’s internal market bill, which would give ministers the power to break international law

Problems seeing this media? Click on the link below:

Contributor

Seán Clarke

The GuardianTramp

Related Content

Article image
How did your MP vote on the Brexit deal?
Boris Johnson has put his first bill in front of the new parliament, successfully asking them to back his EU withdrawal agreement. Find out how every MP voted.

Seán Clarke

20, Dec, 2019 @3:08 PM

Article image
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.

Seán Clarke

19, Oct, 2019 @2:05 PM

Article image
How did your MP vote on the indicative votes amendment?
With the clock ticking on the short article 50 extension granted last week by the EU, the House of Commons tonight voted by 329 to 302 to force a series of indicative votes on the future course of Brexit. See how your MP voted

Seán Clarke, Antonio Voce and Josh Holder

25, Mar, 2019 @10:26 PM

Article image
Brexit: how can the same statistics be read so differently?
Rival campaigns in the EU referendum use official or neutral data to make their claims, yet produce wildly conflicting interpretations

Pamela Duncan, Pablo Gutiérrez and Sean Clarke

03, Jun, 2016 @1:18 PM

Article image
Withdrawal bill: How did your MP vote on the timetable motion?
MPs have inflicted yet another defeat on Boris Johnson by rejecting his proposal to fast-track the final parliamentary stages of the EU withdrawal bill. Find out how each MP voted.

Antonio Voce

22, Oct, 2019 @6:51 PM

Article image
How did your MP vote on the Brady and Cooper amendments?
MPs have voted on a series of Brexit amendments challenging the government’s withdrawal deal. The Brady motion requires Theresa May to renegotiate the backstop; the Cooper amendment would have let parliament have a greater say. Find out how every MP voted on each motion

Seán Clarke and Antonio Voce

29, Jan, 2019 @9:26 PM

Article image
Can you get May's deal through meaningful vote 3?
As the prime minister suggests she will leave in order to secure her deal, use our updated simulator to see what difference this will make to the overall picture in the House of Commons. Can you assemble a parliamentary majority?

Peter Walker, Rowena Mason, Jessica Elgot, Peter Andringa , Josh Holder, Niko Kommenda and Seán Clarke

27, Mar, 2019 @6:07 PM

Article image
How did your MP vote on the Cooper bill?
The House of Commons approved - by a single vote - a bill from Labour’s Yvette Cooper to force the government to seek an extension to article 50 if no deal were the alternative

Antonio Voce and Seán Clarke

03, Apr, 2019 @10:50 PM

Article image
Fury as Boris Johnson says best way to honour Jo Cox is to deliver Brexit – as it happened
Prime minister says supreme court judges were wrong as Corbyn tells him to get a Brexit extension to secure an election in angry Commons exchange

Andrew Sparrow,Kate Lyons and Simon Murphy (earlier), Jedidajah Otte (later)

25, Sep, 2019 @11:03 PM

Article image
The fight over no-deal Brexit: how might the crisis pan out?
Could MPs win a vote of no confidence in Boris Johnson? And other questions as 31 October looms

Peter Walker Political correspondent

06, Aug, 2019 @2:23 PM