Votes by party
This was an EVEL division: The vote type was Country, covering England.
There is a difference between the official result of this division based on the Tellers’ count and the number of Members’ names recorded. How does this happen?
Individual votes by party
Tellers for the Ayes
Members voting Aye
Tellers for the Noes
Members voting No
The following Members did not have a vote recorded and were not tellers. This can be due to a number of reasons; The Speaker and deputies cannot vote because of the impartiality of the chair, and Sinn Féin Members have an absentionist policy. A Member may wish to abstain, or have a procedural reason for not voting. Members can be absent carrying out constituency or ministerial business, or be unable to attend for other reasons.