Here’s how every Sussex MP voted last night on the Brexit deal

Prime Minister Theresa May suffered a heavy defeat last night as her Brexit deal was rejected in the Commons by 432 votes to 202.

Wednesday, 16th January 2019, 9:44 am
Updated Thursday, 7th February 2019, 5:13 pm
MPs in the House of Commons

However the majority of Sussex MPs voted with the Government, and here is our full breakdown.

FOR. Sir Peter Bottomley, Conservative MP for Worthing West voted in favour of the Brexit deal
AGAINST. Conservative MP for Lewes Maria Caulfield resigned as a vice-chair of the Conservative Party over Theresa May's Chequers deal last year.
FOR. Wealden MP Nus Ghani is currently a transport minister for the Conservative Government
FOR: Nick Gibb, Bognor Regis and Littlehampton MP is the Government's schools minister
FOR. Nick Herbert, MP for Arundel and South Downs, was a prominent Conservative figure in the Remain campaign
FOR. Chichester MP Gillian Keegan is PPS for the Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson
AGAINST. MP for Hove Peter Kyle along with all but three of his Labour colleagues voted against Theresa May's deal
FOR. Stephen Lloyd Eastbourne MP resigned from the Lib Dem whip in December as he said he would honour the referendum result
Tim Loughton MP
AGAINST. Brighton Pavilion MP Caroline Lucas, the only Green in the Commons, said she was rejecting the deal because it would make life harder for her constituents
FOR. Bexhill and Battle MP Huw Merriman backed the Government's Brexit deal
FOR. Horsham MP Jeremy Quin is a Government whip
FOR. Hastings and Rye MP is the current work and pensions secretary for Theresa May's Government
AGAINST. Lloyd Russell-Moyle, Brighton Kemptown MP, like the vast majority of his Labour colleagues voted against the deal
FOR. Mid Sussex MP Sir Nicholas Soames has been vocal in his calls for fellow MPs to back Theresa May's deal
AGAINST: Crawley MP Henry Smith has been one of the most vocal critics of Theresa May's deal