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ID card vote: rebel Labour MPs
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The government's majority was cut to just 32 in the vote
Twenty-one Labour MPs voted against the government on the introduction of ID cards, slashing the government's majority to 32. Those rebel MPs were:

Martin Caton (Gower)

Michael Clapham (Barnsley West & Penistone)

Katy Clark (Ayrshire North and Arran)

Mark Fisher (Stoke-on-Trent Central)

Paul Flynn (Newport West)

Neil Gerrard (Walthamstow)

Ian Gibson (Norwich North)

Kate Hoey (Vauxhall)

Glenda Jackson (Hampstead & Highgate)

Lynne Jones (Birmingham Selly Oak)

Andy Love (Edmonton)

John McDonnell (Hayes & Harlington)

Robert Marshall-Andrews (Medway)

Linda Riordan (Halifax)

Clare Short (Birmingham Ladywood)

Alan Simpson (Nottingham South)

Dennis Skinner (Bolsover)

John Smith (Vale of Glamorgan)

Robert Wareing (Liverpool West Derby)

David Winnick (Walsall North)

Mike Wood (Batley & Spen)

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