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By Tim Montgomerie
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On ConHome yesterday Philip Cowley listed some of the key facts about the latest state of rebellious play in the Conservative parliamentary party, including:

  1. The fact that the rebellion of the 53 was the 30th Conservative backbench rebellion on Europe since 2010;
  2. 98 Tory MPs have now voted against Government on Europe;
  3. 26 of Wednesday night's 53 EU budget rebels were from new intake;
  4. Stockton South MP James Wharton was only first time rebel amongst the 53;
  5. Tories were divided between sceptics and 'pro-Europeans'; now divided between hard and soft sceptics.

Here is a list of the 37 Tory MPs who have participated in all of the three biggest rebellions that have taken place in this parliament – (i) the vote in favour of an EU referendum; (ii) the vote against Nick Clegg's Lords scheme; and (iii) a vote for a real terms cut in the EU budget:

  1. Steve Baker
  2. John Baron
  3. Andrew Bingham
  4. Brian Binley
  5. Peter Bone
  6. Andrew Bridgen
  7. Bill Cash
  8. Christopher Chope
  9. James Clappison
  10. Tracey Crouch
  11. Philip Davies
  12. David Davis
  13. Nick de Bois
  14. Nadine Dorries
  15. Richard Drax
  16. Zac Goldsmith
  17. James Gray
  18. Philip Hollobone
  19. Adam Holloway
  20. Stewart Jackson
  21. Bernard Jenkin
  22. Chris Kelly
  23. Edward Leigh
  24. Julian Lewis
  25. Ann Main
  26. Karl McCartney
  27. David Nuttall
  28. Andrew Percy
  29. John Redwood
  30. Simon Reevell
  31. Laurence Robertson
  32. Andrew Rosindell
  33. Richard Shephered
  34. Bob Stewart
  35. Sir Peter Tapsell
  36. Andrew Turner
  37. John Whittingdale

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