3 September was the Reading MPs’ first day back in the House of Commons after the parliamentary summer recess. Matt Rodda (Labour MP for Reading East) and Alok Sharma (Conservative MP for Reading West) both voted on Sir Oliver Letwin’s motion on European Union (withdrawal).
A division is a vote. MPs may vote many times in any one debate, and you may need to examine the context of each vote to work out what it was about.
|Bill and division||Alok Sharma||Matt Rodda||Ayes||Noes||Result|
|European Union (withdrawal)
Sir Oliver Letwin’s motion submitted under Standing Order No. 24
Division 439, 3 September
Sir Oliver Letwin‘s motion was:
That this House has considered the matter of the need to take all necessary steps to ensure that the United Kingdom does not leave the European Union on 31 October 2019 without a withdrawal agreement and accordingly makes provision as set out in this order [there follows a programme of provisions and reasons for the motion].
- Hansard Online
- European Union (Withdrawal) Sir Oliver Letwin’s motion
- Emergency debates – Standing Order 24
- Parliament Online
- Register of members interests
- Alok Sharma home page, Twitter page, at Hansard and They Work For You
- Matt Rodda home page, Twitter page, at Hansard and They Work For You
- MP expenses at the Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority