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The breakdown of the vote is in.
The division list reveals that of the 78 MPs who voted against the government tonight: 53 were Tories, 15 Labour, 2 Independent and 8 DUP.
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Tory rebel leader @Mark_J_Harper:
“The House of Commons has spoken and we hope that the Government will take on board the comments we have been making on the need for better data and modelling, regional cost-benefit analysis and on trusting MPs with the information they need..”
All I ask is that ministers share with the house the modelling and forecasting that they have seen that led them to come to the conclusions that they have. Unfortunately they have, so far, failed to do so.