The four Liberal Democrat MPs who voted against capping benefits are as follows:
- MP for Bradford East David Ward
- MP for Cambridge Julian Huppert
- MP for Manchester Withington John Leech
- MP for Brent Central Sarah Teather
The former Liberal Democrat leader Charles Kennedy and MP for St Ives Andrew George voted in both lobbies - the traditional way of registering an abstention.
MPs have voted in favour of a Government measure to cap benefits rises. The Work Secretary says it will save £5bn from the welfare bill.
The Department for Work and Pensions has calculated the savings that the exchequer could expect if the benefit cap passes this evening.