UK Politics

Brexit: Did your MP vote for a snap election?

MPs in Parliament

The government has failed for a second time to get MPs to agree to an early general election.

The motion needed the support of two-thirds of all MPs, but only 293 supported holding an election. Forty-six members voted against and 303 did not vote.

To find out how your MP voted, use the look-up below.

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Click here if you cannot see the look-up. Data from Commons Votes Services.

The government needed the support of 434 MPs in order to call a snap election.

Earlier on Monday evening MPs voted to force ministers to publish correspondence about suspending Parliament, and no-deal Brexit planning papers. The motion passed by 311 to 302, a majority of nine.

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