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The Prime Minister has also chosen not to tinker with the whips, in contrast to the habit of both his predecessors.
Here’s our best stab at who is voting for whom, and this list will be updated each morning, as the contest continues.
The panel, comprising legally-trained Conservative and DUP MPs as well as outside experts, set out their full legal reasoning for rejecting the deal.
Mostly ERG-aligned Leavers – but roughly ten former Remainers, a core of whom now back a second referendum.
The latter, we believe. And we caution against presuming that they are predisposed to support a revised deal.
We understand that 88 other Tory backbenchers didn’t vote on it, including Boris Johnson, Dominic Raab and Jacob Rees-Mogg.
“I am a serial loyalist. I have never rebelled against the Government… and I do so with a heavy heart, but with a clear head.”
That said, there was more backing for her from her party than some of today’s headlines suggest.
Seema Kennedy becomes the Prime Minister’s second PPS. Brexiteer Kwasi Kwarteng is PPS to Philip Hammond. And much, much more.
Riddle-me-ree: are Brexiteers taking over the Ministerial ranks, or are the whips taking over the Brexiteers?
On the surface, this intake looks different from those that have preceded it – and is in some respects. But beneath it, this is in many ways a very traditional Tory group.
We continue our post-match inspection of our battleground profiles with the Liberal Democrat graveyard of the South West.