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By Tim Montgomerie
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I'm grateful to Philip Cowley, Professor of Parliamentary Government at the University of Nottingham, for supplying this full list of the 143 Tory MPs who have rebelled against the Government in this Parliament.

  1. Afriyie, Adam
  2. Aldous, Peter
  3. Amess, David
  4. Andrew, Stuart
  5. Baker, Steve
  6. Baron, John
  7. Bebb, Guto
  8. Bingham, Andrew
  9. Binley, Brian
  10. Blackman, Bob
  11. Blackwood, Nicola
  12. Bone, Peter
  13. Bottomley, Peter
  14. Brady, Graham
  15. Bray, Angie
  16. Brazier, Julian
  17. Bridgen, Andrew
  18. Brine, Steve
  19. Bruce, Fiona
  20. Buckland, Robert
  21. Burns, Conor
  22. Byles, Dan
  23. Cairns, Alun
  24. Carswell, Douglas
  25. Cash, William
  26. Chope, Christopher
  27. Clappison, James
  28. Clifton-Brown, Geoffrey
  29. Cox, Geoffrey
  30. Crouch, Tracey
  31. Davies, David TC
  32. Davies, Philip
  33. Davis, David
  34. de Bois, Nick
  35. Dinenage, Caroline
  36. Dorries, Nadine
  37. Drax, Richard
  38. Ellis, Michael
  39. Ellison, Jane
  40. Eustice, George
  41. Evans, Jonathan
  42. Field, Mark
  43. Freer, Mike
  44. Fullbrook, Lorraine
  45. Fuller, Richard
  46. Goldsmith, Zac
  47. Gray, James
  48. Griffiths, Andrew
  49. Gummer, Ben
  50. Halfon, Robert
  51. Harrington, Richard
  52. Hart, Simon
  53. Haselhurst, Sir Alan
  54. Heaton-Harris, Chris
  55. Henderson, Gordon
  56. Hollingbery, George
  57. Hollobone, Philip
  58. Holloway, Adam
  59. Jackson, Stewart
  60. Jenkin, Bernard
  61. Johnson, Gareth
  62. Jones, Marcus
  63. Kelly, Chris
  64. Knight, Greg
  65. Laing, Eleanor
  66. Latham, Pauline
  67. Leadsom, Andrea
  68. Lee, Phillip
  69. Lefroy, Jeremy
  70. Leigh, Edward
  71. Leslie, Charlotte
  72. Lewis, Dr Julian
  73. Liddell-Grainger, Ian
  74. Lilley, Peter
  75. Lord, Jonathan
  76. Lumley, Karen
  77. Main, Anne
  78. McCartney, Jason
  79. McCartney, Karl
  80. McIntosh, Anne
  81. McPartland, Stephen
  82. Mernsch, Louise
  83. Mercer, Patrick
  84. Mills, Nigel
  85. Mordaunt, Penny
  86. Morris, Anne Marie
  87. Morris, James
  88. Mosley, Stephen
  89. Mowat, David
  90. Murray, Sheryll
  91. Newton, Sarah
  92. Nokes, Caroline
  93. Norman, Jesse
  94. Nuttall, David
  95. Offord, Matthew
  96. Ottaway, Richard
  97. Parish, Neil
  98. Patel, Priti
  99. Pawsey, Mark
  100. Percy, Andrew
  101. Pincher, Christopher
  102. Poulter, Daniel
  103. Pritchard, Mark
  104. Raab, Dominic
  105. Reckless, Mark
  106. Redwood, John
  107. Rees-Mogg, Jacob
  108. Reevell, Simon
  109. Rifkind, Sir Malcolm
  110. Robertson, Laurence
  111. Rosindell, Andrew
  112. Ruffley, David
  113. Sandys, Laura
  114. Shepherd, Richard
  115. Simpson, Keith
  116. Smith, Henry
  117. Soames, Nicholas
  118. Stanley, Sir John
  119. Stephenson, Andrew
  120. Stevenson, John
  121. Stewart, Bob
  122. Stewart, Rory
  123. Streeter, Gary
  124. Stuart, Graham
  125. Sturdy, Julian
  126. Syms, Robert
  127. Tapsell, Sir Peter
  128. Tomlinson, Justin
  129. Tredinnick, David
  130. Turner, Andrew
  131. Tyrie, Andrew
  132. Vickers, Martin
  133. Walker, Charles
  134. Walker, Robin
  135. Walter, Robert
  136. Weatherley, Mike
  137. Wharton, James
  138. Wheeler, Heather
  139. White, Chris
  140. Whittaker, Craig
  141. Whittingdale, John
  142. Wollaston, Sarah
  143. Zahawi, Nadhim

This is what I wrote yesterday: "My guess is that now the genie of backbench power is out of the bottle it won't easily be put back. Those Tory MPs who were part of the "81" or the "91" won't suddenly become ultra-loyal even if the ideal party leader or agenda is suddenly discovered. Rebelliousness is now in the Tory bloodstream with huge implications for how whipping should be carried out."

11.15am: Douglas Carswell MP reacting to this list argues that he's not so much a rebel as someone doing his job, representing his constituents and beliefs. Read his words.

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