How your MP voted on a no deal Brexit

MPs have insisted that the UK should not leave the EU without an agreement, at any time, after a vote last night.

Thursday, 14th March 2019, 11:22 am
Updated Thursday, 14th March 2019, 11:26 am
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321 MPs voted to for the UK to never leave without a deal, 278 voted to be able to leave with a no deal at any time. On another vote 312 MPs voted to definitively reject a no deal exit, 308 voted for a no deal. How did they vote on the latest Brexit deal? Click here

He voted against the "UK only leaving with a deal at anytime and never leaving with a no deal". He also voted for a no deal Brexit.
He voted for the "UK only leaving with a deal at anytime and never leaving with a no deal". He also voted against a no deal Brexit.
She voted for the "UK only leaving with a deal at anytime and never leaving with a no deal". She also voted against a no deal Brexit.
He voted for a no deal Brexit. But did not vote on the "UK only leaving with a deal at anytime and never leaving with a no deal".
She voted for the "UK only leaving with a deal at anytime and never leaving with a no deal". She also voted against a no deal Brexit.
He voted against the "UK only leaving with a deal at anytime and never leaving with a no deal". He also voted for a no deal Brexit.
He voted against the "UK only leaving with a deal at anytime and never leaving with a no deal". He also voted for a no deal Brexit.
He voted for the "UK only leaving with a deal at anytime and never leaving with a no deal". He also voted for a no deal Brexit.