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Theresa May's Brexit Withdrawal Agreement has been voted down by MPs in a landmark defeat for the Government.

As many as 114 Conservative MPs had been expected to rebel on the morning of the vote, but the actual number turned out to be slightly higher at 118.

This meant that the Government lost the vote on whether to accept the Withdrawal Agreement by a margin of 202 to 432, with the majority of 230 being a record defeat in the Commons in the modern political era.

You can see how each MP voted on the agreement by using our interactive tool below.

A handful of eurosceptic Labour MPs voted with the Prime Minister, but this small rebellion away from Jeremy Corbyn was nowhere near enough to sway...

Theresa May's Brexit Withdrawal Agreement has been voted down by MPs in a landmark defeat for the Government.

As many as 114 Conservative MPs had been expected to rebel on the morning of the vote, but the actual number turned out to be slightly higher at 118.

This meant that the Government lost the vote on whether to accept the Withdrawal Agreement by a margin of 202 to 432, with the majority of 230 being a record defeat in the Commons in the modern political era.

You can see how each MP voted on the agreement by using our interactive tool below.

A handful of eurosceptic Labour MPs voted with the Prime Minister, but this small rebellion away from Jeremy Corbyn was nowhere near enough to sway...

Theresa May's Brexit Withdrawal Agreement has been voted down by MPs in a landmark defeat for the Government.

As many as 114 Conservative MPs had been expected to rebel on the morning of the vote, but the actual number turned out to be slightly higher at 118.

This meant that the Government lost the vote on whether to accept the Withdrawal Agreement by a margin of 202 to 432, with the majority of 230 being a record defeat in the Commons in the modern political era.

You can see how each MP voted on the agreement by using our interactive tool below.

A handful of eurosceptic Labour MPs voted with the Prime Minister, but this small rebellion away from Jeremy Corbyn was nowhere near enough to sway...

Theresa May's Brexit Withdrawal Agreement has been voted down by MPs in a landmark defeat for the Government.

As many as 114 Conservative MPs had been expected to rebel on the morning of the vote, but the actual number turned out to be slightly higher at 118.

This meant that the Government lost the vote on whether to accept the Withdrawal Agreement by a margin of 202 to 432, with the majority of 230 being a record defeat in the Commons in the modern political era.

You can see how each MP voted on the agreement by using our interactive tool below.

A handful of eurosceptic Labour MPs voted with the Prime Minister, but this small rebellion away from Jeremy Corbyn was nowhere near enough to sway...