Despite suffering two historic losses in the House of Commons, Theresa May will bring her Brexit deal back for a third time today, after separating the withdrawal agreement from the political declaration.
At the last vote on her deal, the Prime Minister lost by a majority of 149, which included 75 Tory rebels and 10 DUP MPs. Ahead of MV3, Coffee House will be keeping track of the Tory rebels who voted against May’s deal last time, but have now publicly announced that they are supporting it. To have any chance of winning, May will need the support of the DUP (who have said they oppose the deal) and roughly the same amount of Labour votes as there are Tory rebels.
Tory rebels now backing May’s deal (32):
Iain Duncan Smith
Tory rebels who are considering backing May’s deal (4):
Tory MPs who voted against May’s Brexit deal last time (39):
Anne Marie Morris