By Jonathan Isaby

It came as no surprise that Basildon and Billericay MP John Baron voted against the motion supporting the UN-backed action in Libya, given this article he wrote for ConHome yesterday morning.

Mr Baron aside, 14 other MPs voted against the motion (all Labour unless indicated):

  • Graham Allen
  • Ronnie Campbell
  • Katy Clark
  • Jeremy Corbyn
  • Mark Durkan (SDLP)
  • Barry Gardiner
  • Roger Godsiff
  • Caroline Lucas (Green)
  • John McDonnell
  • Yasmin Qureshi 
  • Linda Riordan
  • Margaret Ritchie (SDLP)
  • Dennis Skinner
  • Mike Wood

All Conservative MPs voted for the motion apart from the following who abstained – although it is impossible to differentiate between anyone who may have wanted to register an abstention and those who were unavoidably absent from the division:

  • Gregory Barker
  • Henry Bellingham
  • Peter Bone
  • Conor Burns*
  • Douglas Carswell
  • Oliver Colvile*
  • Alan Duncan
  • Gerald Howarth
  • Edward Leigh
  • Charlotte Leslie
  • David Lidington
  • Peter Lilley
  • Jack Lopresti*
  • Stephen McPartland
  • Jesse Norman
  • Owen Paterson*
  • Mark Reckless
  • John Redwood
  • Laurence Robertson*
  • Mel Stride*
  • Hugo Swire*
  • Martin Vickers
  • Gavin Williamson*
  • Tim Yeo

Tim summarised David Cameron's speech opening the debate yesterday here.

4pm update: The 8 asterisked* MPs are ministers and aides from the Northern Ireland Office along with members of the NIO departmental select committee who were all on parliamentary business in Northern Ireland last night.