The MPs who voted for indefinite servitude to the EU

Who actually voted for this outrageous ‘deal’?

202 MPs this week 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 the premiership, Mrs. May achieved that, with her disastrous ‘Withdrawal Agreement’.

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

If they are and you are a Leaver you know what you must do at the next General Election.

Here they are in all their glory for everyone to see.

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 — northwest 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)

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, I know that some readers will feel that the above MPs are no longer electable. And you would be right

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Sir Ron Harrison

Sir Ron Harrison

What is life without a little controversy in it? Quite boring and sterile would be my answer.