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Full list: the Tory MPs who have switched to backing May’s deal

Full list: the Tory MPs who have switched to backing May's deal
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Despite suffering two historic losses in the House of Commons, Theresa May will bring her Brexit deal back for a third time today, after separating the withdrawal agreement from the political declaration.

At the last vote on her deal, the Prime Minister lost by a majority of 149, which included 75 Tory rebels and 10 DUP MPs. Ahead of MV3, Coffee House will be keeping track of the Tory rebels who voted against May's deal last time, but have now publicly announced that they are supporting it. To have any chance of winning, May will need the support of the DUP (who have said they oppose the deal) and roughly the same amount of Labour votes as there are Tory rebels.

Tory rebels now backing May's deal (32):

Lucy Allan

Richard Bacon

Crispin Blunt

Conor Burns

Rehman Chishti

Simon Clarke

Damian Collins

Robert Courts

Iain Duncan Smith

Eddie Hughes

Charlie Elphicke

Michael Fabricant

James Gray

Mark Harper

Gordon Henderson

Boris Johnson

Gareth Johnson

Daniel Kawczynski

Pauline Latham

Anne Main

Anne-Marie Trevelyan

Esther McVey

Sheryll Murray

Tom Pursglove

Dominic Raab

Jacob Rees-Mogg

Henry Smith

Royston Smith

Ross Thomson

Craig Tracey

Shailesh Vara

John Whittingdale

Tory rebels who are considering backing May's deal (4):

Chris Green

Julia Lopez

Lee Rowley

Bob Stewart

Tory MPs who voted against May's Brexit deal last time (39):

Adam Afriyie

Steve Baker

John Baron

Guto Bebb

Peter Bone

Suella Braverman

Andrew Bridgen

William Cash

Christopher Chope

Richard Drax

James Duddridge

Michael Fallon

Mark Francois

Marcus Fysh

Dominic Grieve

Justine Greening

Sam Gyimah

Philip Hollobone

Adam Holloway

Ranil Jayawardena

Bernard Jenkin

Andrea Jenkyns

Jo Johnson

David Jones

Phillip Lee

Andrew Lewer

Julian Lewis

Ian Liddell-Grainger

Jonathan Lord

Craig Mackinlay

Anne Marie Morris

Priti Patel

Owen Paterson

John Redwood

Laurence Robertson

Andrew Rosindell

Grant Shapps

Michael Tomlinson

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