Syria: How Your MP Voted On Action In Syria

30 August 2013, 08:08

MPs have voted against any British military action in Syria following a lengthy debate in the House of Commons.

Most of our MPs came back early from their holidays to take part in the vote and debate.

They talked for hours in Parliament on the idea of sending our forces in after the chemical weapon attacks in the country - but the answer to the Prime Minister's question was no.

Here's how they voted:

AGAINST:

South Norfolk MP Richard Bacon

ABSTAIN:

South Suffolk MP Tim Yeo

Bury St Edmunds MP David Ruffley

FOR:

North Norfolk MP Norman Lamb

Broadland MP Keith Simpson

Norwich North MP Chloe Smith

Ipswich MP Ben Gummer

Norwich South MP Simon Wright

Mid-Norfolk MP George Freeman

Suffolk Central and Ipswich MP Dan Poulter

Great Yarmouth MP Brandon Lewis

Waveney MP Peter Aldous

Suffolk Coastal MP Therese Coffey

West Suffolk MP Matthew Hancock

 

 

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