Syria: How did your MP vote?

MPs were recalled to Parliament yesterday to vote on whether the British military should intervene in the crisis in Syria.

The vote went against the government by a majority of 285 to 272.

The following MPs voted with the government:

  • James Wharton, Conservative, Stockton South
  • Guy Opperman, Conservative, Hexham

The following MPs voted against the government proposal, rejecting the idea of military intervention in Syria.

  • Catherine McKinnell, Labour, Newcastle upon Tyne North
  • Tom Blenkinsop, Labour, Middlesbrough South
  • Ian Mearns, Labour, Gateshead
  • Mary Glindon, Labour, North Tyneside
  • Ian Swales, Liberal Democrats, Redcar
  • Bridget Phillipson, Labour, Houghton and Sunderland South
  • Ronnie Campbell, Labour, Blyth Valley
  • Pat Glass, Labour, North West Durham
  • Julie Elliott, Labour, Sunderland Central
  • Chi Onwurah, Labour, Newcastle Central
  • Ian Lavery, Labour, Wansbeck
  • Jenny Chapman, Labour, Darlington

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MPs reject Syria military action

MPs from across the region were called back to Parliament and voted against military involvement in Syria.