Universal Credit: Search how your MP voted on cancelling £20-a-week cut
MPs tonight voted 253-0 in favour of cancelling the £20-a-week Universal Credit cut while Boris Johnson was busy with his Cabinet reshuffle.
But because the Labour-led vote was non-binding, the Prime Minister will completely ignore its result and push on with the cut anyway.
Only four Tory rebels joined Labour in the lobbies to oppose the cut, with the rest ordered to abstain by Conservative whips.
They were Peter Aldous, Neil Hudson, John Stevenson and William Wragg.
But dozens of Conservative MPs have previously voiced their fears over the cut, which is opposed by six former Tory welfare chiefs along with landlords, debt charities, mortgage lenders, food banks and unions.
Search your MP below to see how they voted.
MPs voted on the following Labour motion in the House of …
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