HOW THEY VOTED IN 2016
a process in place following that vote, if we were to lose it, in terms of the Prime Minister coming back to the House.
“The country does have a right to know what MPS are for, not just what they are against, and it’s important that the House comes to a view as to what it can back. There are lots of different plans that have been put forward by MPS that don’t respect the referendum result or risk a no-deal.”
Stoke-on-trent: Leave 69.4%, Remain 30.6%;
Newcastle: Leave 63%, Remain 37%;
Staffordshire Moorlands: Leave 64.7%, Remain 35.3%.
Stafford: Leave 56%, Remain 44%.