Rishi Sunak’s Rwanda invoice has handed a vital Commons vote on its third studying by a majority of 44.
The Safety of Rwanda Bill – the prime minister’s try to save lots of the Rwanda deportation scheme – has divided the Conservatives, with rebels from the best wing of the social gathering unsuccessfully in search of amendments to toughen up the laws over the previous two days.
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What are the totally different factions within the Conservative Party?
Senior Conservatives Lee Anderson and Brendan Clarke-Smith resigned their posts as deputy chairmen with the intention to again the rebels amid the infighting.
But ultimately the rise up fell flat and the unamended invoice handed with 320 MPs voting in favour and 276 in opposition to.
So, how did your MP vote?
How did MPs from totally different events vote?
At the invoice’s second studying in December, 37 Conservative MPs didn’t vote, however none explicitly voted in opposition to the laws.
This time, 11 Conservative MPs voted “no” to the laws, together with Suella Braverman, Robert Jenrick and Simon Clarke, and an extra 18 didn’t vote.