The House of Commons has voted to back Boris Johnson’s Withdrawal Agreement Bill, setting the country on course to leaving the European Union at the end of January. The Bill was passed by the Commons by 358 votes to 234, a majority of 124 (substantially higher than the majority the government won at the election).
Below are the Labour MPs who rebelled to either vote for the Bill, or abstained:
Labour MPs who backed the Brexit deal:
Labour MPs who abstained (or were paired):