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How MPs voted on 42-day limit

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The government has won a key House of Commons vote on extending the terror detention limit to 42 days, with 315 MPs supporting the measure and 306 opposing it.

If your MP is not listed below, he or she voted on party lines (Labour with the government, Conservative, Lib Dem and other parties against) or did not vote.

LABOUR MPs VOTING AGAINST GOVERNMENT

Diane Abbott
Richard Burden
Katy Clark
Harry Cohen
Frank Cook
Jeremy Corbyn
Jim Cousins
Andrew Dismore
Frank Dobson
David Drew
Paul Farrelly
Mark Fisher
Paul Flynn
Neil Gerrard
Ian Gibson
Roger Godsiff
John Grogan
Dai Havard
Kate Hoey
Kelvin Hopkins
Glenda Jackson
Lynne Jones
Peter Kilfoyle
Andrew MacKinlay
Bob Marshall-Andrews
John McDonnell
Michael Meacher
Julie Morgan
Chris Mullin
Douglas Naysmith
Gordon Prentice
Linda Riordan
Alan Simpson
Emily Thornberry
David Winnick
Mike Wood

CONSERVATIVE MP VOTING WITH GOVERNMENT

Ann Widdecombe

DUP MPs WHO BACKED GOVERNMENT

Gregory Campbell
Nigel Dodds
Jeffrey Donaldson
The Rev William McCrea
The Rev Ian Paisley
Iris Robinson
Peter Robinson
David Simpson
Sammy Wilson





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