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See how your MP voted last night 12:19 - Mar 28 with 1151 viewsflimflam

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See how your MP voted last night on 12:49 - Mar 28 with 1099 viewsEwan_Oozami

Not all of the 8 options were mutually exclusive so it might be possible for the statisticians to crunch those numbers and come out with a most favoured option - which is probably a consistent and logical combination of two or more options where possible.

It is clear that politicians have no idea about stats or how representative surveys work. The referendum was designed badly, the options voted on last night on a yes/no basis, rather than a preferred priority, gave us the contradictory result we have - ie, no majority for anything other than not leaving without a deal, which makes no sense, as all the other options with deals were also rejected. If the options, and the manner of choice had been designed better, the most favoured option would have emerged as a logical consequence of the voting pattern, and there would be less opportunity to disagree with it - which thinking about it, is probably why they designed the vote like they did!!

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See how your MP voted last night on 13:38 - Mar 28 with 1049 viewsSarge

Unfortunately my mp is the detestable Dominic Raab, who voted for No Deal and little else. Sadly though I can’t see the posh vvankers around here voting him out anytime soon.
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See how your MP voted last night on 13:40 - Mar 28 with 1044 viewswkj

My MP is Dan Poulter, I without looking it up I can guarantee No Deal and probably EFTA tickled his pickle

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See how your MP voted last night on 13:44 - Mar 28 with 1030 viewsitfcjoe

See how your MP voted last night on 13:40 - Mar 28 by wkj

My MP is Dan Poulter, I without looking it up I can guarantee No Deal and probably EFTA tickled his pickle


Ditto - he definitely voted for No Deal, and one other I can't remember

Not sure how a Dr squares off voting for something that the Health Secretary has said could result in people dying as won't get their medication, and has cost the NHS millions in the purchase of fridges.

Bloke is an absolute clown regardless of this.

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See how your MP voted last night on 13:48 - Mar 28 with 1018 viewswkj

See how your MP voted last night on 13:44 - Mar 28 by itfcjoe

Ditto - he definitely voted for No Deal, and one other I can't remember

Not sure how a Dr squares off voting for something that the Health Secretary has said could result in people dying as won't get their medication, and has cost the NHS millions in the purchase of fridges.

Bloke is an absolute clown regardless of this.


I suppose politics outranks the Hippocratic oath,

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See how your MP voted last night on 14:06 - Mar 28 with 987 viewsthebluewizzard



Don't know if this has been posted before and yes I understand he's a comedian but I thought this was right on the button.
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See how your MP voted last night on 14:09 - Mar 28 with 978 viewswkj

See how your MP voted last night on 14:06 - Mar 28 by thebluewizzard



Don't know if this has been posted before and yes I understand he's a comedian but I thought this was right on the button.


he did seem to channel alan partridge more than usual here.

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See how your MP voted last night on 14:22 - Mar 28 with 964 viewsSwansea_Blue

See how your MP voted last night on 14:06 - Mar 28 by thebluewizzard



Don't know if this has been posted before and yes I understand he's a comedian but I thought this was right on the button.


One of his best yet.

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See how your MP voted last night on 14:42 - Mar 28 with 937 viewsfooters

How did Jeremy Corbyn vote?

"We need a man in charge of boys, they wont like it up em, but they'd rather it be coming from their gaffer than those broom wrangling wannabes in league 1."
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See how your MP voted last night on 14:54 - Mar 28 with 919 viewsJosebadleg

I've got Phillip Hammond as my local MP so obviously he abstained on everything last night

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See how your MP voted last night on 15:00 - Mar 28 with 912 viewsRyorry

Mine's the Tory Chief Whip Julian Smith, who abstained on everything.

Surprised the constituency vote was 53% for leave in 2016 - local economy's largely based on farming & tourism.

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See how your MP voted last night on 15:35 - Mar 28 with 886 viewsflimflam

Jo Churchill just voted against all 8 motions so not sure that really helps anything.
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See how your MP voted last night on 18:34 - Mar 28 with 819 viewsLord_Lucan

See how your MP voted last night on 13:44 - Mar 28 by itfcjoe

Ditto - he definitely voted for No Deal, and one other I can't remember

Not sure how a Dr squares off voting for something that the Health Secretary has said could result in people dying as won't get their medication, and has cost the NHS millions in the purchase of fridges.

Bloke is an absolute clown regardless of this.


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See how your MP voted last night on 18:38 - Mar 28 with 808 viewsEwan_Oozami

See how your MP voted last night on 13:48 - Mar 28 by wkj

I suppose politics outranks the Hippocratic oath,


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