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How your MP voted on delaying Brexit and a second referendum

MPs voted for an extension to Brexit and also voted on a controversial amendments which could have lead to a second referendum.

413 MPs voted to extend article 50, 202 voted against it. 85 MPs voted for a second referendum on Brexit, 334 voted against it, meaning there will not be a second vote. Here is how your MP voted.

Voted against a new referendum and against a delay to Brexit.

1. Ben Bradley - Conservative MP for Mansfield

Voted against a new referendum and against a delay to Brexit.
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Did not vote in the call for a new referendum and voted for an extension to Brexit.

2. Gloria De Piero - Labour MP for Ashfield

Did not vote in the call for a new referendum and voted for an extension to Brexit.
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Voted against a second referendum and voted against delaying Brexit.

3. Mark Spencer'- Conservative MP for Sherwood

Voted against a second referendum and voted against delaying Brexit.
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Did not vote in the call for a new referendum and voted for an extension to Brexit.

4. Dennis Skinner - Labour MP for Bolsover

Did not vote in the call for a new referendum and voted for an extension to Brexit.
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