The Speaker also received support from Sir Edward Leigh and Paul Flynn.
Conservative and SNP MPs debated into the night, while the Lib Dem and Labour benches were almost empty.
Conservative MPs are looking forward to the vote. And even diehard Remainers acknowledge it is a Pyrrhic victory.
Of course we battle over our competing visions of Britain. But on something this important we should co-operate.
The campaign group hopes to lead the official No campaign.
The list of at-risk MPs includes veterans, rising stars and even a shadow cabinet member.
“I believe in equality, where gender should be irrelevant.”
They must choose whether to serve Corbyn or how best to try to survive him.
His one-man war on consensus makes people wince and routinely raises his colleagues’ blood pressure. That’s precisely why Parliament would be poorer without him.
Infrastructure is set to be a key area for the new government, and backbenchers are focusing on it closely.
A letter to the Parliamentary Conservative Party reveals the ongoing work to fulfil Cameron’s “no MP left behind” promise.
Cabinet, junior ministers, and whips.
Plus some more names of those who are leaving the Government.
Who backs whom.
The senior whip asks: who can best reunify our parliamentary party and our voters?