The MPs who voted for indefinite servitude to the EU

Who actually voted for this outrageous ‘deal’?

Last night 202 MPs voted for a deal which would have placed the UK in indefinite servitude to the EU, laws being made for us with no say over our affairs, a lien being placed over part of the UK’s territory, only a hope and a prayer of a trade deal sometime in the future, and massive payments for the privilege.

For many it is hard to imagine a worse state for a supposedly-sovereign nation than being in the EU. After two and a half years of premiership, Mrs May achieved that, with her disastrous ‘Withdrawal Agreement’.

Worse still, 202 MPs (196 Con, 3 Lab, 3 Ind) voted for this monstrosity. We thought you would like to see if your MP is on that list.

Nigel Adams (Conservative - Selby and Ainsty)
Bim Afolami (Conservative - Hitchin and Harpenden)
Peter Aldous (Conservative - Waveney)
Stuart Andrew (Conservative - Pudsey)
Edward Argar (Conservative - Charnwood)
Victoria Atkins (Conservative - Louth and Horncastle)
Ian Austin (Labour - Dudley North)
Mrs Kemi Badenoch (Conservative - Saffron Walden)
Harriett Baldwin (Conservative - West Worcestershire)
Stephen Barclay (Conservative - North East Cambridgeshire)
Sir Kevin Barron (Labour - Rother Valley)
Sir Henry Bellingham (Conservative - North West Norfolk)
Richard Benyon (Conservative - Newbury)
Sir Paul Beresford (Conservative - Mole Valley)
Jake Berry (Conservative - Rossendale and Darwen)
Nick Boles (Conservative - Grantham and Stamford)
Sir Peter Bottomley (Conservative - Worthing West)
Andrew Bowie (Conservative - West Aberdeenshire and Kincardine)
Karen Bradley (Conservative - Staffordshire Moorlands)
Jack Brereton (Conservative - Stoke-on-Trent South)
Steve Brine (Conservative - Winchester)
James Brokenshire (Conservative - Old Bexley and Sidcup)
Robert Buckland (Conservative - South Swindon)
Alex Burghart (Conservative - Brentwood and Ongar)
Alistair Burt (Conservative - North East Bedfordshire)
Alun Cairns (Conservative - Vale of Glamorgan)
James Cartlidge (Conservative - South Suffolk)
Alex Chalk (Conservative - Cheltenham)
Jo Churchill (Conservative - Bury St Edmunds)
Colin Clark (Conservative - Gordon)
Greg Clark (Conservative - Tunbridge Wells)
Mr Kenneth Clarke (Conservative - Rushcliffe)
James Cleverly (Conservative - Braintree)
Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown (Conservative - The Cotswolds)
Dr Th?r?se Coffey (Conservative - Suffolk Coastal)
Alberto Costa (Conservative - South Leicestershire)
Mr Geoffrey Cox (Conservative - Torridge and West Devon)
Stephen Crabb (Conservative - Preseli Pembrokeshire)
Chris Davies (Conservative - Brecon and Radnorshire)
David T. C. Davies (Conservative - Monmouth)
Glyn Davies (Conservative - Montgomeryshire)
Mims Davies (Conservative - Eastleigh)
Caroline Dinenage (Conservative - Gosport)
Mr Jonathan Djanogly (Conservative - Huntingdon)
Leo Docherty (Conservative - Aldershot)
Michelle Donelan (Conservative - Chippenham)
Oliver Dowden (Conservative - Hertsmere)
Jackie Doyle-Price (Conservative - Thurrock)
David Duguid (Conservative - Banff and Buchan)
Sir Alan Duncan (Conservative - Rutland and Melton)
Mr Philip Dunne (Conservative - Ludlow)
Michael Ellis (Conservative - Northampton North)
Mr Tobias Ellwood (Conservative - Bournemouth East)
George Eustice (Conservative - Camborne and Redruth)
Frank Field (Independent - Birkenhead)
Mark Field (Conservative - Cities of London and Westminster)
Vicky Ford (Conservative - Chelmsford)
Kevin Foster (Conservative - Torbay)
Dr Liam Fox (Conservative - North Somerset)
Lucy Frazer (Conservative - South East Cambridgeshire)
George Freeman (Conservative - Mid Norfolk)
Mike Freer (Conservative - Finchley and Golders Green)
Sir Roger Gale (Conservative - North Thanet)
Mark Garnier (Conservative - Wyre Forest)
Mr David Gauke (Conservative - South West Hertfordshire)
Ms Nusrat Ghani (Conservative - Wealden)
Nick Gibb (Conservative - Bognor Regis and Littlehampton)
Dame Cheryl Gillan (Conservative - Chesham and Amersham)
John Glen (Conservative - Salisbury)
Mr Robert Goodwill (Conservative - Scarborough and Whitby)
Michael Gove (Conservative - Surrey Heath)
Luke Graham (Conservative - Ochil and South Perthshire)
Richard Graham (Conservative - Gloucester)
Bill Grant (Conservative - Ayr, Carrick and Cumnock)
Mrs Helen Grant (Conservative - Maidstone and The Weald)
Chris Grayling (Conservative - Epsom and Ewell)
Damian Green (Conservative - Ashford)
Andrew Griffiths (Conservative - Burton)
Kirstene Hair (Conservative - Angus)
Luke Hall (Conservative - Thornbury and Yate)
Mr Philip Hammond (Conservative - Runnymede and Weybridge)
Stephen Hammond (Conservative - Wimbledon)
Matt Hancock (Conservative - West Suffolk)
Richard Harrington (Conservative - Watford)
Rebecca Harris (Conservative - Castle Point)
Trudy Harrison (Conservative - Copeland)
Simon Hart (Conservative - Carmarthen West and South Pembrokeshire)
Sir Oliver Heald (Conservative - North East Hertfordshire)
James Heappey (Conservative - Wells)
Chris Heaton-Harris (Conservative - Daventry)
Peter Heaton-Jones (Conservative - North Devon)
Nick Herbert (Conservative - Arundel and South Downs)
Lady Hermon (Independent - North Down)
Mr Damian Hinds (Conservative - East Hampshire)
Simon Hoare (Conservative - North Dorset)
George Hollingbery (Conservative - Meon Valley)
Kevin Hollinrake (Conservative - Thirsk and Malton)
John Howell (Conservative - Henley)
Nigel Huddleston (Conservative - Mid Worcestershire)
Mr Jeremy Hunt (Conservative - South West Surrey)
Mr Nick Hurd (Conservative - Ruislip, Northwood and Pinner)
Mr Alister Jack (Conservative - Dumfries and Galloway)
Margot James (Conservative - Stourbridge)
Sajid Javid (Conservative - Bromsgrove)
Robert Jenrick (Conservative - Newark)
Dr Caroline Johnson (Conservative - Sleaford and North Hykeham)
Andrew Jones (Conservative - Harrogate and Knaresborough)
Mr Marcus Jones (Conservative - Nuneaton)
Gillian Keegan (Conservative - Chichester)
Seema Kennedy (Conservative - South Ribble)
Stephen Kerr (Conservative - Stirling)
Julian Knight (Conservative - Solihull)
Kwasi Kwarteng (Conservative - Spelthorne)
Mark Lancaster (Conservative - Milton Keynes North)
Andrea Leadsom (Conservative - South Northamptonshire)
Jeremy Lefroy (Conservative - Stafford)
Sir Edward Leigh (Conservative - Gainsborough)
Sir Oliver Letwin (Conservative - West Dorset)
Brandon Lewis (Conservative - Great Yarmouth)
Mr David Lidington (Conservative - Aylesbury)
Stephen Lloyd (Independent - Eastbourne)
Jack Lopresti (Conservative - Filton and Bradley Stoke)
Rachel Maclean (Conservative - Redditch)
Alan Mak (Conservative - Havant)
Kit Malthouse (Conservative - North West Hampshire)
John Mann (Labour - Bassetlaw)
Paul Masterton (Conservative - East Renfrewshire)
Mrs Theresa May (Conservative - Maidenhead)
Paul Maynard (Conservative - Blackpool North and Cleveleys)
Sir Patrick McLoughlin (Conservative - Derbyshire Dales)
Mark Menzies (Conservative - Fylde)
Huw Merriman (Conservative - Bexhill and Battle)
Mrs Maria Miller (Conservative - Basingstoke)
Amanda Milling (Conservative - Cannock Chase)
Anne Milton (Conservative - Guildford)
Penny Mordaunt (Conservative - Portsmouth North)
Nicky Morgan (Conservative - Loughborough)
David Morris (Conservative - Morecambe and Lunesdale)
James Morris (Conservative - Halesowen and Rowley Regis)
David Mundell (Conservative - Dumfriesshire, Clydesdale and Tweeddale)
Dr Andrew Murrison (Conservative - South West Wiltshire)
Robert Neill (Conservative - Bromley and Chislehurst)
Sarah Newton (Conservative - Truro and Falmouth)
Caroline Nokes (Conservative - Romsey and Southampton North)
Jesse Norman (Conservative - Hereford and South Herefordshire)
Neil O'Brien (Conservative - Harborough)
Guy Opperman (Conservative - Hexham)
Neil Parish (Conservative - Tiverton and Honiton)
Mark Pawsey (Conservative - Rugby)
John Penrose (Conservative - Weston-super-Mare)
Andrew Percy (Conservative - Brigg and Goole)
Claire Perry (Conservative - Devizes)
Chris Philp (Conservative - Croydon South)
Christopher Pincher (Conservative - Tamworth)
Dr Dan Poulter (Conservative - Central Suffolk and North Ipswich)
Rebecca Pow (Conservative - Taunton Deane)
Victoria Prentis (Conservative - Banbury)
Mr Mark Prisk (Conservative - Hertford and Stortford)
Jeremy Quin (Conservative - Horsham)
Mary Robinson (Conservative - Cheadle)
Amber Rudd (Conservative - Hastings and Rye)
David Rutley (Conservative - Macclesfield)
Antoinette Sandbach (Conservative - Eddisbury)
Paul Scully (Conservative - Sutton and Cheam)
Mr Bob Seely (Conservative - Isle of Wight)
Andrew Selous (Conservative - South West Bedfordshire)
Alok Sharma (Conservative - Reading West)
Alec Shelbrooke (Conservative - Elmet and Rothwell)
Mr Keith Simpson (Conservative - Broadland)
Chris Skidmore (Conservative - Kingswood)
Chloe Smith (Conservative - Norwich North)
Julian Smith (Conservative - Skipton and Ripon)
Sir Nicholas Soames (Conservative - Mid Sussex)
Dame Caroline Spelman (Conservative - Meriden)
Mark Spencer (Conservative - Sherwood)
Andrew Stephenson (Conservative - Pendle)
John Stevenson (Conservative - Carlisle)
Rory Stewart (Conservative - Penrith and The Border)
Sir Gary Streeter (Conservative - South West Devon)
Mel Stride (Conservative - Central Devon)
Graham Stuart (Conservative - Beverley and Holderness)
Rishi Sunak (Conservative - Richmond (Yorks))
Sir Desmond Swayne (Conservative - New Forest West)
Maggie Throup (Conservative - Erewash)
Kelly Tolhurst (Conservative - Rochester and Strood)
Justin Tomlinson (Conservative - North Swindon)
David Tredinnick (Conservative - Bosworth)
Elizabeth Truss (Conservative - South West Norfolk)
Tom Tugendhat (Conservative - Tonbridge and Malling)
Mr Edward Vaizey (Conservative - Wantage)
Mr Charles Walker (Conservative - Broxbourne)
Mr Robin Walker (Conservative - Worcester)
Mr Ben Wallace (Conservative - Wyre and Preston North)
David Warburton (Conservative - Somerton and Frome)
Matt Warman (Conservative - Boston and Skegness)
Helen Whately (Conservative - Faversham and Mid Kent)
Mrs Heather Wheeler (Conservative - South Derbyshire)
Craig Whittaker (Conservative - Calder Valley)
Gavin Williamson (Conservative - South Staffordshire)
Mike Wood (Conservative - Dudley South)
Jeremy Wright (Conservative - Kenilworth and Southam)
Nadhim Zahawi (Conservative - Stratford-on-Avon)

[Source: Analysis of data from the official Commons Voting Services]

Observations

Given the appalling content of the Withdrawal Agreement, with its enforced servitude to the EU and abrogation of sovereignty to a foreign power without representation, we know that some readers will feel that the above MPs are no longer electable.

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Reader Comments 12

1. Concerned Expat , Wednesday, January 16, 2019, 07:51:

Good Godfathers and so many Conservatives too. No wonder they lost their majority. They should all be deselected. I hope everyone seeing this list bears that in mind at the next General Election. Thank you for publishing this roll-call of shame.

2. Robert / Grimsby , Wednesday, January 16, 2019, 08:03:

I'd like to believe that all these MPs' highly political and tactical calculations and games won't be paying off this time.
Good on you for naming them all. They now have their names red-flagged in many thousands of people's minds.
Do these MPs think they pleased any Brexiteers with their vote? They definitely did not.
Do they think they satisfied any Remainers? I doubt it.

3. Jon, Wales, UK , Wednesday, January 16, 2019, 08:33:

Every Member of Parliament named in the above list have lost all legitimacy and should be thrown out of Parliament. They do not accept the democratic instruction they were given by the electorate and want to keep us shackled to the EU. They want us governed by foreign bureaucrats.
I remind Members of Parliament it was a majority vote that sent them to the House of Commons in the first place. I'm beginning to think we should have sent them to the Tower instead?
Ordinary voters will no longer trust MPs, and in my opinion, the UK Parliament has become corrupt?
On the world stage, MPs looked as though they were in rehearsals for pantomime. They have disgraced our country and have lost my respect. A can of worms has been opened.

4. Michael Anthony Wood , Wednesday, January 16, 2019, 08:37:

Geoffrey Cox - Is he the Attorney-General who set out the legal opinion on the backstop, and noted that there was no way out
without the EU's agreement? In which case, why did he support the Withdrawal Agreement?
The best way out of this is to have a General Election - after we have left!

5. Michael Anthony Wood , Wednesday, January 16, 2019, 09:30:

I was surprised to see Frank Field's name!

6. JOHN FINN , Wednesday, January 16, 2019, 11:09:

Be Fair. A good few of those MPs voted the way they did because they are concerned that Brexit won't actually happen otherwise. I happen to agree with them. You've already shown elsewhere that there are moves afoot to postpone or cancel Brexit - and we know the Speaker will facilitate those moves in any way he can. Let's face facts. There are only about 100 or so MPs who are committed to "proper" Brexit. They are massively outnumbered by remainers.
Grieve, Soubry and Sarah Wollaston voted AGAINST the May Deal. Does that make them the good guys? Personally I thought a defeat by about 50 votes would have been ideal. It might have encouraged May to waste more time trying to seek concessions.

7. Sydney Ashurst , Wednesday, January 16, 2019, 11:44:

Any normal sane person would assume that after such a crushing defeat, the Berlaymont written Withdrawal Agreement foisted upon Theresa May would be dead and buried. It already appears there is a movement for the PM to go back to Brussels and re-incarnate the WE, starting with an extension to Article 50.
John Redwood sums up the WE precisely: - “It was a very expensive invitation to more prolonged talks about a possible deal”.
Ten Reasons Why The Prime Minister’s Deal Is So Unacceptable, were taken onboard by the Conservative MP's voting against the Government.
The reaction by the EU officials is strange, making out that they are the injured party.
Jean Claude Juckner -
"The Withdrawal Agreement is a fair compromise and the best possible deal. It reduces the damage caused by Brexit for citizens and businesses across Europe. It is the only way to ensure an orderly withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union".
"I, together with President Tusk, have demonstrated goodwill again by offering additional clarifications and reassurances in an exchange of letters with Prime Minister May earlier this week".
The Commission gets everything it wants and the UK pays £39 plus billion just to talk.
The reasons MP's rejected the WE varied, but as has been shown it did not honour the referendum.

8. Sylvia and Gordon Lerigo , Wednesday, January 16, 2019, 15:36:

I’m not surprised regarding Chris Heaton-Harris (Conservative - Daventry Northamptonshire) or Andrea Leadsom (Conservative - South Northamptonshire) I knew both these were going to vote for Theresa May’s deal because they're closet remainers, but I'd seen this in The Sun Newspaper, left behind in a coffee shop. They are both disloyal and weak people only interested in their own needs. Heaton with his supercilious attitude and Leadsom with her back-tracking are a disgrace to humanity.
Heaton-Harris has never answered any of the emails I’ve sent on any subject over the years and his head has been down since the referendum. Ask him anything, and he scurries off like a scared rabbit. I’ve no idea what this man does to earn his money. They won’t be getting our votes in the future, ever again and when I see him around trying to sell villages a PCO at £24K (which he had the cheek to validate and pay for) he'll get a flea in his ear.
Both Leadsom and Heaton-Harris should be ashamed of themselves. They're part of the enormous financial mess at Northampton NCC, (merely because they're both conservatives) and because of this (an estimated 70 million loss through lousy NCC management and a SHAMBLES OF A GOVERNMENT who Leadsom is part of) is refusing to help. Now Daventry district has to pay higher rates for both of them not looking after our needs.
They're shower and need to be held accountable for the shocking disregard for the people who put them in power.

9. Not4EU, London , Wednesday, January 16, 2019, 16:05:

It's an absolute disgrace that ANYONE, that believed in this country, could possibly have voted for this EU-written abject surrender to eternal servitude to their EU masters. I listened to their excuses for this & they were pitiful.
The WA committed us to a future of servitude, no more than slaves. No doubt those voting for it hoped that they would become the 'comfortable' slaves, willing to keep the lesser slaves in order in return for the possibility of crumbs from the master's table & better treatment. Some have already received 'trinkets' seemingly persuading them to abandon all honour & integrity. They are, to a person, a disgrace & a stain on the democracy of our country - as ever, only self-serving and party first.
That said, let's not forget those that voted against for reasons other than that the WA was not leaving the EU & did not deliver the referendum result are equally despicable.

10. Anthony Mann , Wednesday, January 16, 2019, 16:07:

Keep up the good work on this site.
I have just come across a new petition:
"Brexit re article 50 it must not be suspended/stopped under any circumstances"
https://petition.parliament...
Please sign it and pass on this information to everybody you know, post on blogs, Brexit sites, Youtube Videos (about Brexit), Social Media etc....
Need to get this into the 100's of 1000's quickly

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