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Here’s how every Sussex MP voted on four indicative Brexit votes

All four indicative votes on Brexit options put forward by MPs failed to secure a Commons majority last night (Monday April 1).

A) Customs union proposal (273-276), B) Common market 2.0 (261-282), C) Confirmatory vote on Brexit deal (280-292), D) Extend Article 50 and give Parliament power to determine next steps (191-292).

Arundel and South Downs MP Nick Herbert voted FOR A and B, but AGAINST C and D
Arundel and South Downs MP Nick Herbert voted FOR A and B, but AGAINST C and D
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Chichester MP Gillian Keegan did not vote in A, but voted AGAINST to B, C and D
Chichester MP Gillian Keegan did not vote in A, but voted AGAINST to B, C and D
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Hove MP Peter Kyle voted FOR all four proposals
Hove MP Peter Kyle voted FOR all four proposals
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Eastbourne's Stephen Lloyd voted FOR A and B, but did not vote in the C and D divisions
Eastbourne's Stephen Lloyd voted FOR A and B, but did not vote in the C and D divisions
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