List of Mp’s That Attempted to Block Brexit

Below is the full list of Mps thats tried to block brexit last night….

Will these people ever relise that Brexit Means Brexit!

A critical Brexit bill has passed its latest stage in Parliament, but Tory MPs have threatened to stage a rebellion next month. MPs debated the EU Withdrawal Bill until past midnight into Tuesday morning and it was eventually passed, at its second reading, by 36 votes.

Theresa May has said the attempt to transpose thousands of EU laws and regulations into British law is vital to avoid a legal “cliff edge” when the UK leaves the EU in March 2019. Mr Corbyn had ordered his MPs to vote against the bill, saying the fact that ministers would be able to change the legislation without scrutiny from Parliament was a “power grab”. However, the bill was passed by 326 votes to 290 – with seven Labour MPs voting with the Government after more than 13 hours of debate. We run this website in our spare time and it takes a lot of effort from our team, Could you help by making small one off donation, We call it ‘

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These are the MPs who voted against the European Union (Withdrawal) Bill at Second Reading:

Ms Diane Abbott (Labour – Hackney North and Stoke Newington)
Debbie Abrahams (Labour – Oldham East and Saddleworth)
Heidi Alexander (Labour – Lewisham East)
Rushanara Ali (Labour – Bethnal Green and Bow)
Dr Rosena Allin-Khan (Labour – Tooting)
Mike Amesbury (Labour – Weaver Vale)
Tonia Antoniazzi (Labour – Gower)
Jonathan Ashworth (Labour (Co-op) – Leicester South)
Mr Adrian Bailey (Labour (Co-op) – West Bromwich West)
Hannah Bardell (Scottish National Party – Livingston)
Margaret Beckett (Labour – Derby South)
Hilary Benn (Labour – Leeds Central)
Luciana Berger (Labour (Co-op) – Liverpool, Wavertree)
Mr Clive Betts (Labour – Sheffield South East)
Ian Blackford (Scottish National Party – Ross, Skye and Lochaber)
Kirsty Blackman (Scottish National Party – Aberdeen North)
Dr Roberta Blackman-Woods (Labour – City of Durham)
Paul Blomfield (Labour – Sheffield Central)
Tracy Brabin (Labour (Co-op) – Batley and Spen)
Mr Ben Bradshaw (Labour – Exeter)
Tom Brake (Liberal Democrat – Carshalton and Wallington)
Kevin Brennan (Labour – Cardiff West)
Deidre Brock (Scottish National Party – Edinburgh North and Leith)
Alan Brown (Scottish National Party – Kilmarnock and Loudoun)
Lyn Brown (Labour – West Ham)
Mr Nicholas Brown (Labour – Newcastle upon Tyne East)
Chris Bryant (Labour – Rhondda)
Ms Karen Buck (Labour – Westminster North)
Richard Burden (Labour – Birmingham, Northfield)
Richard Burgon (Labour – Leeds East)
Dawn Butler (Labour – Brent Central)
Liam Byrne (Labour – Birmingham, Hodge Hill)
Sir Vince Cable (Liberal Democrat – Twickenham)
Ruth Cadbury (Labour – Brentford and Isleworth)
Dr Lisa Cameron (Scottish National Party – East Kilbride)
Mr Alan Campbell (Labour – Tynemouth)
Dan Carden (Labour – Liverpool, Walton)
Mr Alistair Carmichael (Liberal Democrat – Orkney and Shetland)
Sarah Champion (Labour – Rotherham)
Douglas Chapman (Scottish National Party – Dunfermline and West Fife)
Jenny Chapman (Labour – Darlington)
Bambos Charalambous (Labour – Enfield, Southgate)
Joanna Cherry (Scottish National Party – Edinburgh South West)
Ann Clwyd (Labour – Cynon Valley)
Vernon Coaker (Labour – Gedling)

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Ann Coffey (Labour – Stockport)
Julie Cooper (Labour – Burnley)
Rosie Cooper (Labour – West Lancashire)
Yvette Cooper (Labour – Normanton, Pontefract and Castleford)
Jeremy Corbyn (Labour – Islington North)
Ronnie Cowan (Scottish National Party – Inverclyde)
Neil Coyle (Labour – Bermondsey and Old Southwark)
Angela Crawley (Scottish National Party – Lanark and Hamilton East)
Mary Creagh (Labour – Wakefield)
Stella Creasy (Labour (Co-op) – Walthamstow)
Jon Cruddas (Labour – Dagenham and Rainham)
John Cryer (Labour – Leyton and Wanstead)
Judith Cummins (Labour – Bradford South)
Alex Cunningham (Labour – Stockton North)
Mr Jim Cunningham (Labour – Coventry South)
Sir Edward Davey (Liberal Democrat – Kingston and Surbiton)
Wayne David (Labour – Caerphilly)
Geraint Davies (Labour (Co-op) – Swansea West)
Martyn Day (Scottish National Party – Linlithgow and East Falkirk)
Marsha De Cordova (Labour – Battersea)
Gloria De Piero (Labour – Ashfield)
Thangam Debbonaire (Labour – Bristol West)
Emma Dent Coad (Labour – Kensington)
Mr Tanmanjeet Singh Dhesi (Labour – Slough)
Martin Docherty-Hughes (Scottish National Party – West Dunbartonshire)
Anneliese Dodds (Labour (Co-op) – Oxford East)
Stephen Doughty (Labour (Co-op) – Cardiff South and Penarth)
Peter Dowd (Labour – Bootle)
Dr David Drew (Labour (Co-op) – Stroud)
Jack Dromey (Labour – Birmingham, Erdington)
Rosie Duffield (Labour – Canterbury)
Maria Eagle (Labour – Garston and Halewood)
Ms Angela Eagle (Labour – Wallasey)
Jonathan Edwards (Plaid Cymru – Carmarthen East and Dinefwr)
Clive Efford (Labour – Eltham)
Julie Elliott (Labour – Sunderland Central)
Mrs Louise Ellman (Labour (Co-op) – Liverpool, Riverside)
Chris Elmore (Labour – Ogmore)
Bill Esterson (Labour – Sefton Central)
Chris Evans (Labour (Co-op) – Islwyn)
Paul Farrelly (Labour – Newcastle-under-Lyme)
Tim Farron (Liberal Democrat – Westmorland and Lonsdale)
Marion Fellows (Scottish National Party – Motherwell and Wishaw)
Jim Fitzpatrick (Labour – Poplar and Limehouse)
Colleen Fletcher (Labour – Coventry North East)
Paul Flynn (Labour – Newport West)
James Frith (Labour – Bury North)
Gill Furniss (Labour – Sheffield, Brightside and Hillsborough)
Hugh Gaffney (Labour – Coatbridge, Chryston and Bellshill)
Mike Gapes (Labour (Co-op) – Ilford South)
Barry Gardiner (Labour – Brent North)
Ruth George (Labour – High Peak)
Stephen Gethins (Scottish National Party – North East Fife)
Patricia Gibson (Scottish National Party – North Ayrshire and Arran)
Preet Kaur Gill (Labour (Co-op) – Birmingham, Edgbaston)
Mary Glindon (Labour – North Tyneside)
Mr Roger Godsiff (Labour – Birmingham, Hall Green)
Helen Goodman (Labour – Bishop Auckland)
Patrick Grady (Scottish National Party – Glasgow North)
Peter Grant (Scottish National Party – Glenrothes)
Neil Gray (Scottish National Party – Airdrie and Shotts)
Kate Green (Labour – Stretford and Urmston)
Lilian Greenwood (Labour – Nottingham South)
Margaret Greenwood (Labour – Wirral West)
Nia Griffith (Labour – Llanelli)
John Grogan (Labour – Keighley)
Andrew Gwynne (Labour – Denton and Reddish)
Louise Haigh (Labour – Sheffield, Heeley)
Fabian Hamilton (Labour – Leeds North East)
Emma Hardy (Labour – Kingston upon Hull West and Hessle)
Ms Harriet Harman (Labour – Camberwell and Peckham)
Carolyn Harris (Labour – Swansea East)
Helen Hayes (Labour – Dulwich and West Norwood)
Sue Hayman (Labour – Workington)
John Healey (Labour – Wentworth and Dearne)
Mr Mark Hendrick (Labour (Co-op) – Preston)
Drew Hendry (Scottish National Party – Inverness, Nairn, Badenoch and Strathspey)
Mr Stephen Hepburn (Labour – Jarrow)
Lady Hermon (Independent – North Down)
Mike Hill (Labour – Hartlepool)
Meg Hillier (Labour (Co-op) – Hackney South and Shoreditch)
Wera Hobhouse (Liberal Democrat – Bath)
Dame Margaret Hodge (Labour – Barking)
Mrs Sharon Hodgson (Labour – Washington and Sunderland West)
Kate Hollern (Labour – Blackburn)
Stewart Hosie (Scottish National Party – Dundee East)
Mr George Howarth (Labour – Knowsley)
Dr Rupa Huq (Labour – Ealing Central and Acton)
Imran Hussain (Labour – Bradford East)
Christine Jardine (Liberal Democrat – Edinburgh West)
Dan Jarvis (Labour – Barnsley Central)
Diana Johnson (Labour – Kingston upon Hull North)
Darren Jones (Labour – Bristol North West)
Gerald Jones (Labour – Merthyr Tydfil and Rhymney)
Graham P Jones (Labour – Hyndburn)
Sarah Jones (Labour – Croydon Central)
Susan Elan Jones (Labour – Clwyd South)
Mike Kane (Labour – Wythenshawe and Sale East)
Barbara Keeley (Labour – Worsley and Eccles South)
Liz Kendall (Labour – Leicester West)
Afzal Khan (Labour – Manchester, Gorton)
Stephen Kinnock (Labour – Aberavon)
Peter Kyle (Labour – Hove)
Lesley Laird (Labour – Kirkcaldy and Cowdenbeath)
Ben Lake (Plaid Cymru – Ceredigion)
Norman Lamb (Liberal Democrat – North Norfolk)
Mr David Lammy (Labour – Tottenham)
Ian Lavery (Labour – Wansbeck)
Chris Law (Scottish National Party – Dundee West)
Ms Karen Lee (Labour – Lincoln)
Mr Chris Leslie (Labour (Co-op) – Nottingham East)
Mrs Emma Lewell-Buck (Labour – South Shields)
Clive Lewis (Labour – Norwich South)
Mr Ivan Lewis (Labour – Bury South)
David Linden (Scottish National Party – Glasgow East)
Stephen Lloyd (Liberal Democrat – Eastbourne)
Tony Lloyd (Labour – Rochdale)
Rebecca Long Bailey (Labour – Salford and Eccles)
Caroline Lucas (Green Party – Brighton, Pavilion)
Ian C. Lucas (Labour – Wrexham)
Holly Lynch (Labour – Halifax)
Angus Brendan MacNeil (Scottish National Party – Na h-Eileanan an Iar)
Justin Madders (Labour – Ellesmere Port and Neston)
Mr Khalid Mahmood (Labour – Birmingham, Perry Barr)
Shabana Mahmood (Labour – Birmingham, Ladywood)
Seema Malhotra (Labour (Co-op) – Feltham and Heston)
Gordon Marsden (Labour – Blackpool South)
Sandy Martin (Labour – Ipswich)
Rachael Maskell (Labour (Co-op) – York Central)
Christian Matheson (Labour – City of Chester)
Steve McCabe (Labour – Birmingham, Selly Oak)
Kerry McCarthy (Labour – Bristol East)
Siobhain McDonagh (Labour – Mitcham and Morden)
Andy McDonald (Labour – Middlesbrough)
Stewart Malcolm McDonald (Scottish National Party – Glasgow South)
Stuart C. McDonald (Scottish National Party – Cumbernauld)
John McDonnell (Labour – Hayes and Harlington)
Mr Pat McFadden (Labour – Wolverhampton South East)
Conor McGinn (Labour – St Helens North)
Alison McGovern (Labour – Wirral South)
Liz McInnes (Labour – Heywood and Middleton)
Catherine McKinnell (Labour – Newcastle upon Tyne North)
Jim McMahon (Labour (Co-op) – Oldham West and Royton)
Anna McMorrin (Labour – Cardiff North)
John McNally (Scottish National Party – Falkirk)
Ian Mearns (Labour – Gateshead)
Edward Miliband (Labour – Doncaster North)
Carol Monaghan (Scottish National Party – Glasgow North West)
Layla Moran (Liberal Democrat – Oxford West and Abingdon)
Jessica Morden (Labour – Newport East)
Stephen Morgan (Labour – Portsmouth South)
Grahame Morris (Labour – Easington)
Ian Murray (Labour – Edinburgh South)
Lisa Nandy (Labour – Wigan)
Gavin Newlands (Scottish National Party – Paisley and Renfrewshire North)
Alex Norris (Labour (Co-op) – Nottingham North)
Brendan O’Hara (Scottish National Party – Argyll and Bute)
Jared O’Mara (Labour – Sheffield, Hallam)
Fiona Onasanya (Labour – Peterborough)
Melanie Onn (Labour – Great Grimsby)
Chi Onwurah (Labour – Newcastle upon Tyne Central)
Kate Osamor (Labour (Co-op) – Edmonton)
Albert Owen (Labour – Ynys Môn)
Stephanie Peacock (Labour – Barnsley East)
Teresa Pearce (Labour – Erith and Thamesmead)
Matthew Pennycook (Labour – Greenwich and Woolwich)
Toby Perkins (Labour – Chesterfield)
Jess Phillips (Labour – Birmingham, Yardley)
Bridget Phillipson (Labour – Houghton and Sunderland South)
Laura Pidcock (Labour – North West Durham)
Jo Platt (Labour (Co-op) – Leigh)
Luke Pollard (Labour (Co-op) – Plymouth, Sutton and Devonport)
Stephen Pound (Labour – Ealing North)
Lucy Powell (Labour (Co-op) – Manchester Central)
Yasmin Qureshi (Labour – Bolton South East)
Faisal Rashid (Labour – Warrington South)
Angela Rayner (Labour – Ashton-under-Lyne)
Mr Steve Reed (Labour (Co-op) – Croydon North)
Christina Rees (Labour (Co-op) – Neath)
Ellie Reeves (Labour – Lewisham West and Penge)
Rachel Reeves (Labour – Leeds West)
Emma Reynolds (Labour – Wolverhampton North East)
Jonathan Reynolds (Labour (Co-op) – Stalybridge and Hyde)
Ms Marie Rimmer (Labour – St Helens South and Whiston)
Mr Geoffrey Robinson (Labour – Coventry North West)
Matt Rodda (Labour – Reading East)
Danielle Rowley (Labour – Midlothian)
Chris Ruane (Labour – Vale of Clwyd)
Lloyd Russell-Moyle (Labour (Co-op) – Brighton, Kemptown)
Joan Ryan (Labour – Enfield North)
Liz Saville Roberts (Plaid Cymru – Dwyfor Meirionnydd)
Naz Shah (Labour – Bradford West)
Mr Virendra Sharma (Labour – Ealing, Southall)
Mr Barry Sheerman (Labour (Co-op) – Huddersfield)
Tommy Sheppard (Scottish National Party – Edinburgh East)
Paula Sherriff (Labour – Dewsbury)
Mr Gavin Shuker (Labour (Co-op) – Luton South)
Tulip Siddiq (Labour – Hampstead and Kilburn)
Andy Slaughter (Labour – Hammersmith)
Ruth Smeeth (Labour – Stoke-on-Trent North)
Angela Smith (Labour – Penistone and Stocksbridge)
Cat Smith (Labour – Lancaster and Fleetwood)
Eleanor Smith (Labour – Wolverhampton South West)
Jeff Smith (Labour – Manchester, Withington)
Laura Smith (Labour – Crewe and Nantwich)
Nick Smith (Labour – Blaenau Gwent)
Owen Smith (Labour – Pontypridd)
Karin Smyth (Labour – Bristol South)
Gareth Snell (Labour (Co-op) – Stoke-on-Trent Central)
Alex Sobel (Labour (Co-op) – Leeds North West)
Keir Starmer (Labour – Holborn and St Pancras)
Chris Stephens (Scottish National Party – Glasgow South West)
Jo Stevens (Labour – Cardiff Central)
Jamie Stone (Liberal Democrat – Caithness, Sutherland and Easter Ross)
Wes Streeting (Labour – Ilford North)
Mr Paul J Sweeney (Labour (Co-op) – Glasgow North East)
Jo Swinson (Liberal Democrat – East Dunbartonshire)
Mark Tami (Labour – Alyn and Deeside)
Alison Thewliss (Scottish National Party – Glasgow Central)
Gareth Thomas (Labour (Co-op) – Harrow West)
Nick Thomas-Symonds (Labour – Torfaen)
Emily Thornberry (Labour – Islington South and Finsbury)
Stephen Timms (Labour – East Ham)
Jon Trickett (Labour – Hemsworth)
Karl Turner (Labour – Kingston upon Hull East)
Stephen Twigg (Labour (Co-op) – Liverpool, West Derby)
Liz Twist (Labour – Blaydon)
Chuka Umunna (Labour – Streatham)
Keith Vaz (Labour – Leicester East)
Valerie Vaz (Labour – Walsall South)
Thelma Walker (Labour – Colne Valley)
Tom Watson (Labour – West Bromwich East)
Catherine West (Labour – Hornsey and Wood Green)
Matt Western (Labour – Warwick and Leamington)
Dr Alan Whitehead (Labour – Southampton, Test)
Martin Whitfield (Labour – East Lothian)
Dr Philippa Whitford (Scottish National Party – Central Ayrshire)
Dr Paul Williams (Labour – Stockton South)
Hywel Williams (Plaid Cymru – Arfon)
Chris Williamson (Labour – Derby North)
Phil Wilson (Labour – Sedgefield)
Pete Wishart (Scottish National Party – Perth and North Perthshire)
John Woodcock (Labour (Co-op) – Barrow and Furness)
Mohammad Yasin (Labour – Bedford)
Daniel Zeichner (Labour – Cambridge)

238 Labour MPs, 34 SNP, 12 LibDems, 4 Plaid, Lady Hermon and Caroline Lucas… Zero Tories…

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  3. i can,t believe there are so many so called politicians who even now will not accept the will of the majority of the british people and who are quite happy for their OUR country to continue to be dominated and ruled over by little dictators in brussels , THE COMMON MARKET THAT BRITISH PEOPLE VOTED FOR IN THE 1970,S HAS NOW BECOME A superstate where the people of the 27 countries have little or no say in what happens to their countries ,these politicians are TRAITORS TO THEIR COUNTRY AND IT,S PEOPLE

  4. Quick point of fact: it was not a majority who voted to leave the EU

    Only 37% of the electorate voted ‘leave’.

    That’s a fact. Get over yourselves.

    • That is a hell of a lot more than voted to join the EU. None of us did. We reluctantly voted to join the European Common Market. We certainly never invisaged it would be slowly and invisibly transformed into something similar to the Fourth Reicht.

  5. All these idiots want to resign shame on you all you must all have fingers in the pies abroad you call yourself British we are the Bulldogs you are the German shepherds you are in full denial on brexitvwe are the power us British people you will not be ELECTED ever again a utter disgrace and if you carry on with this you will probably get egged and booed every where you go lol for being a moron you are not doing your job that you are paid to do resign soon as you can thankyou

  6. labour doesn’t understand that the uk has voted to leave the eu and wants to try and stop us from leaving all together we the people who voted them in should do something about them and by this i mean we should all vote for a different party that wants what’s best for the country, either being the conservatives or a new party made by the people of the united kingdom that would get the job done and make sure it is done for the people who want to make britain great again
    lets start a revolution

    • There will be a new party, a new UKIP under a new leader at the end of this month, and if it is ANNe Marie Waters, or someone who supports her, it will destroy the status quo, you WILL have a new party to vote for.

  7. no surprise 34 snp scum voted for the country to leve 1.3 mill scots voted to leve and we have been ignored and a party split at grass roots level with thousands wanting out

  8. Sandy Martin! Don’t rate him one bit! Just proves that he doesn’t listen to the voters! So here’s a reminder Mr Martin! We voted out all fair and square and you just don’t get it!
    You’ll get no support from me at all!!!! Typical bloody Labour Pratt!


  9. Not sure if I understood properly, but there can surely be absolutely no reason to incorporate EU laws into British law without full and proper scrutiny and debate on each item.
    The purpose of EU law was to enslave the people through over regulation, and that is why the people of Britain have resolved to escape. The purpose of any proposal to incorporate the EU laws without proper scrutiny is to prevent the people of the UK from achieving their own salvation .

  10. I think the point is misrepresented here. The strength of opposition to this bill is because it would give powers to adapt, ament and rewrite some of the current EU laws WITHOUT recourse to parliament for objection, i.e. giving Ms. May dictatorship over a huge tranche of British law and alter it in ways that suit her and the Tories. We want Brexit, and it WILL happen, but not on only Teresa May’s terms.

  11. We the people voted to leave, well 52% did, but we the people deseve the right to see the final detail and vote again, .Or are we happy to let it through knowing that jobs will be lost, welfare rights will be abused, our NHS will suffer with loss of nursing staFF and doctors(so the Tories can privatise it American-style, unpicked fruit and veg will lie rotting in fields due to lack of EU pickers and so on
    I feel very sad for our country that is now heading to new lows under this government, as we become very insular. Trade details with a country that does not honour its existing legal financial responsibilities, will have to be fought much harder for,with much more tougher strings attached

    • If ye love wealth better than liberty, the tranquility of servitude better than the animating contest of freedom, go home from us in peace. We ask not your counsels or arms. Crouch down and lick the hands which feed you. May your chains set lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that ye were our countrymen.
      Samuel Adams, speech at the Philadelphia State House, August 1, 1776.

    • In the beginning of a change the patriot is a scarce man, and brave, and hated and scorned.
      When his cause succeeds, the timid join him, for then it costs nothing to be a patriot.
      Notebook, 1904 Samuel Clemens (Mark Twain)

    • You are exaggerating the problems of restoring our independence. You also undervalue the capabilities of British people. Admittedly, the quality has lowered considerably in recent years, but the backbone is still there. Because of the burden of so many unskilled, useless and illiterate immigrants, the cost to us is enormous, despite what propaganda you believe. I have no desire to argue or contest views but I am qualified to say what I believe because, I helped to establish freedom , with thousands of others. I was a w/op if you know what that is, in the RA F. for the freedom you don’t seem to value. I liked Britain as it was 50 or so years ago. Peaceful and comfortable. Quality of living should be much higher than it is for our British people.

    • The UK is not a country at the moment but a state in the EU controlled by unelected bureaucrats, therefore we do not have votes on any new laws that are introduced or a say in their application and the remainers seem happy with that but when it comes to introducing laws in the UK you want to have a vote on it WHY?

  12. What annoys me is half of these labour cretins were voted in on lies and false promises and the cheating students double voting in the general election,why has nothing been done about this , this is not democracy this is blatant cheating.

  13. Treacherous bunch of reprobates in open rebellion against the will of the British people, politicians have sunk to a new low, actively working against our democracy.

  14. WE ,the people of England ,voted to leave ,not these slimy twats , they only have the amazing well paid jobs they have because the people of England voted to put them there , just shut the fuck up , suck it up and get on with the job of getting US out , its what WE voted for after you gave us the choice !!!.

  15. The will of the people in Britain was democratically decided by voting to leave the European Union and this should stand.
    All of those people who voted for the various political factions, like Labour and Lib Dem parties, should take a good look at themselves for putting these Parties into Parliament. The Labour Party is an absolute disgrace, who believe their policies are sound for putting themselves into power, but they have no experience or brains to run a country. If it wasn’t so clear that the Party is run by idiots, they all border on Treason for stripping the UK of its independence and selling it off to the European Union. They should all be debarred from political office. Disgraceful.

  16. These MPs are a disgrace to the UK they vote simply for themselves not for their voters who they are supposed to be servants too.Labour is a sad joke today led by a man who has no morals at all and needs to be removed or Labour will never be a party for the ordinary people whilst he and his misguided or stupid followers are MPs.
    Labour is lost to the idiots that want GERMAN RULE!

  17. Now we have the Information, we can use it when the next election comes around, If you agree with your MP fine, if you do not and want to vote for the will of the people, use your vote, its called democracy .,

  18. Every respect for Theresa May, David Davis and their team. They have listened to our people and for that
    I am behind them all the way. Yes I have printed the names above and will carefully watch them. They should
    be deselected and are traitors to our country. They are playing into the hands of the EU. We voted to leave the
    EU completely and that must be done. They should be supporting our Prime Minister and the electorate who
    Overwhelmingly voted to regain our Sovereignty and Control our own borders. Shame on the names above.

  19. Labour must NEVER be allowed anywhere near power they are a complete disgrace! Like a lot of lost sheep blindly following their Marxist masters and not thinking for themselves! Many of their constituents and the majority of the British people voted to leave the EU,those are the ones that they should be listening to,not people who would lead us to destruction by keeping us unlawfully in the EU!

  20. This shows how the Labour Party are the party of the people, or should that be don’t do as l do ,but do as l tell you.
    Put them in power and see how your choices are limited, and how your MPs are told what to do irrespective of
    what you want. Unfortunately the young voters will not agree with this view .

  21. It is so sad to think of the most of the labour Party are refusing to do the will of The British People. They have failed our Democratic Country and the British People will never forget their treachery. Now they are a ‘immigrant’only party. The peoples party has become a sick joke.

  22. Labour are traitors and commies the law should arrest Macdonnell for inciting insurrection that is illegal, he is going round the country with the help of his commie mates (the unions) to cause havoc in all workplaces he’s already caused unrest in MacDonalds and wait and see all public employees will be walking out soon.

  23. these people should be barred from ever holding office again, they are peoples representatives and as such are meant to be our servants doing our wishes, they have slapped the majority in the face by refusing to accept the majority democratic vote and are therefore unfit to be public servants.

  24. Welsh labour and Welsh labour MPs should be disbanded please voters remember this when you next vote,,it’s up to you wether these MPs. Deserve to represent you.or not.

  25. These Labour cretins talk of a “power grab” re the Bill…….thick hypocritical idiots voting how they want OR as instructed and not as directed by the electorate is just that……..RIP Labour & Lib Dums

  26. Same old shambles of Labour just voting against the government just to cause difficulties to hell with the facts they just don’t want to be co fused with the reality that the nation has voted to leave. What part of the word ” democracy” don’t they understand. The decision has been made why don’t they offer support so that the country can make a success of its new outward looking perspective.

  27. The Welsh MPs who voted no should be sacked. They did not vote for Wales they voted for themselves it a disgusting attack on democracy .So glad they lost will never vote Welsh labour again they have proved themselves traitors

  28. A shamefully long list. Such actions are what deter people, especially the young, from bothering to vote. What a drain on the public purse.

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