The Bill requiresTheresa Mayto seek an extension to Article 50

How your MP voted on Brexit delay proposal

A proposal to extend Article 50 and delay Brexit further passed the Commons by a single vote yesterday (March 3).

The Bill, which passed by 313 votes to 312, requires Theresa May to seek an extension to Article 50 and the Brexit process, delaying it beyond the current leaving date of April 12.

The Conservative MP voted FOR a further delay to Brexit

1. Ken Clarke - MP for Rushcliffe

The Conservative MP voted FOR a further delay to Brexit
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The labour MP voted FOR a further delay to Brexit.

2. Alex Norris - MP for Nottingham North

The labour MP voted FOR a further delay to Brexit.
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The Independent Group MP voted FOR a further delay to Brexit

3. Chris Leslie - MP for Nottingham East

The Independent Group MP voted FOR a further delay to Brexit
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The Labour MP voted FOR a further delay to Brexit.

4. Lilian Greenwood - MP for Nottingham South

The Labour MP voted FOR a further delay to Brexit.
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