How did my MP vote in Boris Johnson’s no-confidence vote? Browse the full list of statements

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More than two in five Tory MPs have voted their confidence in Boris Johnson in a major humiliation for the Prime Minister. Although the vote was secret, we combed through their public statements to give the best possible assessment of how they voted

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Boris Johnson is reeling from a no-confidence vote he narrowly escaped. 41% of his MPs voted to remove him from power.

Monday night’s 211-148 score was worse than the election for Theresa May that led to her resignation five months later.

And it was only marginally better than Margaret Thatcher’s 1990 result that precipitated the downfall of the Iron Lady.

With secret voting and rumors of a reshuffle, the heads of the Tory whips will focus on who exactly was trying to oust their beloved leader.

So, as a public service, we’ve delved into the exact same issue – and found that tracking them down is easier than you might think.

We’ve combed through the public statements of all 359 Tory MPs who voted and flagged them in an interactive widget (scroll down to view) whether they said they were pro-Boris Johnson, anti-Boris or unclear.







The heads of the Tory whips will focus on who exactly decided to oust their beloved leader
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At 7pm on Tuesday 7 June we counted 188 who publicly voted ‘for’ the Prime Minister – almost all of the 211 who actually voted for him.

But only 52 MPs had spoken out publicly against him, out of 148 who actually voted “no confidence” on Monday.

That suggests that the vast majority of the 119 MPs we recorded as “unclear” – who either made coded statements or said nothing at all about their vote – actually voted against the Prime Minister.

Of course, due to the secrecy of the ballot, we will never know exactly who voted and how.

And ministers have been under enormous pressure to confirm that they support the prime minister, so it’s possible that some lied and said they supported him when they actually voted against him.

But our numbers (which you, as an MEP or adviser, are welcome to update by emailing dan.bloom[at]mirror.co.uk) tell their own stories.

Among those who did not publicly confirm their vote were ministers such as Penny Mordaunt, who is often touted as a leader.







Sir Graham Brady, chairman of the 1922 Tory Backbench Committee, announced the result on Monday
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Meanwhile, the list of “against” MPs produced new names we weren’t aware of before – the most prominent being One Nation Tory and former Deputy Prime Minister Damian Green.

He wrote: “I have thought throughout the trial that it is best to wait for all the evidence before coming to a conclusion.

“Once this evidence was in place, it was necessary to strike the right balance between the government’s genuine achievements and a failure to maintain appropriate standards of behavior during lockdowns.

“Today’s vote was the right time to come to that conclusion and it is with great sadness that I voted I have no faith in the Prime Minister.”

Other “new” names on the list of those who voted “no confidence” included Philip Davies, Paul Holmes, Philip Dunne, Julian Lewis, Mark Pawsey, Andrew Lewer, Neil Hudson, Mark Francois and Derek Thomas.

Browse them yourself below. Search tool by Carlos Novoa.

Full text list of how we think MEPs voted

A NOTICE:The list below was last updated on Tuesday 7 June at 19:00. The interactive widget above will continue to be updated. We had to use a little bit of our own interpretation because the range of descriptions was so wide.

52 MPs whom we have rated as “against” (either by direct confirmation or the weight of previous statements).

  • Aaron bell
  • Alicia Kearns
  • Andrew Bowie
  • Andrew Bridgen
  • Andrew Jones
  • Andrew Lever
  • Andrew Mitchell
  • Angela Richardson
  • Anne Marie Morris
  • Anthony Mangall
  • Caroline Noke
  • Craig Whittaker
  • Damian Green
  • David Davis
  • David Mundell
  • David Simmonds
  • Dehenna Davison
  • Derek Thomas
  • Douglas Ross
  • Eliot Colburn
  • Gary Streeter
  • Geoffrey Clifton Brown
  • Giles Watling
  • Ian Liddell-Grainger
  • Jeremy Hunt
  • Jeremy Wright
  • Jess Norman
  • John Baron
  • John Lamont
  • John Penrose
  • John Stevenson
  • Julian Lewis
  • Julian Stark
  • Laurence Robertson
  • Markus Francois
  • Markus Harper
  • Markus Pawsey
  • Neil Hudson
  • Nick Gib
  • Nigel Mills
  • Peter Aldou
  • Phillip Davis
  • Philip Dunne
  • Robert Neil
  • Robert Syms
  • Roger Gale
  • Stephen Hammond
  • Steve Baker
  • Steve Sole
  • Tim Loughton
  • Tobias Elwood
  • William Wragg

119 MPs whom we have recorded as ‘unclear’ due to the lack of a clear statement of how they voted (although some have hinted very strongly one way or another)

  • Adam Afriyie
  • Albert Costa
  • Alex Chalk
  • Andrea Leadsom
  • Andrew Murrison
  • Andrew Percy
  • Andrew Rosindell
  • Andrew Selus
  • Andy Carter
  • Anna Firth
  • Anthony Brown
  • Ben Spencer
  • Bernhard Jenkin
  • Bill Wiggin
  • Bob Schwarzman
  • Caroline Ansel
  • Caroline Dinenage
  • Karl Walker
  • Chris Grayling
  • Chris Green
  • Chris Loeder
  • Chris Skidmore
  • Claire Coutinho
  • Craig Tracey
  • Crispin Stump
  • Damian Moore
  • Dan Poulter
  • Daniel Kawczynski
  • David Johnston
  • David Jones
  • Duncan Baker
  • Edward Leigh
  • Edward Timson
  • Eleanor Laing
  • Esther McVey
  • Fay Jones
  • Felicity Buchan
  • Fiona Bruce
  • Flick Drummond
  • Gareth Davis
  • Gary Sambrook
  • Gavin Williamson
  • Geoffrey Cox
  • George Freeman
  • Graham Brady
  • Gregory Clark
  • GregSmith
  • Helen Grant
  • Holly Mumby Croft
  • Huu Merriman
  • Iain Duncan Smith
  • Jackie Doyle-Price
  • James Davis
  • James Sunderland
  • Jamie Wallis
  • Jerome Mayhew
  • Jo Churchill
  • Yo Gideon
  • John Howell
  • John Redwood
  • John Whittingdale
  • Johnny Mercer
  • Jonathan Djanogli
  • Jonathan Lord
  • Julian Knight
  • Julian Smith
  • Karen Bradley
  • Kieran Mullan
  • Laura Farris
  • Laura Trot
  • Liam Fuchs
  • Louie French
  • Lucy Alan
  • Luke Hall
  • Mark Fish
  • Mary Calfield
  • Maria Mueller
  • Markus Garnier
  • Markus Menzies
  • Mary Robinson
  • Matthew Offord
  • Mel step
  • Michael Tomlinson
  • Nickie Aiken
  • Nigel Evans
  • Nusrat Ghani
  • Oliver Heil
  • Paul Beresford
  • Paul Holmes
  • Paul Maynard
  • Pauline Latham
  • Penny Mordaunt
  • Peter Bottomley
  • Rebekah Harris
  • Richard Drax
  • Richard Graham
  • Robbie Moore
  • Robert Goodwill
  • Robert Largan
  • Robin Miller
  • Robin Walker
  • Scott man
  • Selaine Saxby
  • Simon fell
  • Simon listen
  • Simon Jupp
  • Siobhan Baillie
  • Stefan Crab
  • Stephen Metcalfe
  • Stuart Andrew
  • Theo Clarke
  • Teresa May
  • Teresa Villiers
  • Tom Randall
  • Tom Tugendhat
  • Tracey Crouch
  • Vicky Ford
  • Victoria Atkins
  • Virginia Crosbie

188 MPs we’ve included as ‘for’ (mostly by direct endorsement, although a handful require reading between the lines).

  • Adam Holloway
  • Alan Mak
  • Alec Shelbrooke
  • Alexander Burghart
  • Alexander Stafford
  • Alister Jack
  • Alok Sharma
  • Alun Cairns
  • Amanda Milling
  • Amanda Solloway
  • Andrea Jenkyns
  • Andrew Griffith
  • Andrew Stephenson
  • Anne Marie Trevelyan
  • Antony Higginbotham
  • Ben Bradley
  • Ben Everitt
  • Ben Wallace
  • Bim Afolami
  • Bob soul
  • Bob Stewart
  • Boris Johnson
  • Brandon Lewis
  • Brendan Clarke-Smith
  • Caroline Johnson
  • Cherilyn Mackrory
  • Chloe Smith
  • Chris Clarkson
  • Chris Heaton Harris
  • Chris Philip
  • Christopher Chope
  • Christopher Pinscher
  • Conor Burns
  • Craig Mackinlay
  • Craig Williams
  • DamienCollins
  • Damien Hinds
  • Danny Krueger
  • Darren Henry
  • David Duguid
  • David Evennett
  • David Morris
  • David Rutley
  • David TC Davies
  • Dean Russel
  • Desmond Swayne
  • Dominik Raab
  • EddieHughes
  • Edward Argar
  • Elizabeth Truss
  • Gagan Mohindra
  • Gareth Speck
  • Gareth Johnson
  • George Eustice
  • Gillian Keegan
  • Gordon Henderson
  • Graham Stuart
  • Grant Shapps
  • Gregor hands
  • Gregory Knight
  • Guy Opperman
  • Harriet Baldwin
  • Heather Wheeler
  • Helen Whateley
  • Heinrich Schmidt
  • Iain Stewart
  • Ian Levy
  • Jack Brereton
  • Jack Lopresti
  • Jacob Rees-Mogg
  • Jacob Jung
  • Jake Berry
  • James Cartlidge
  • James Clever
  • James Daly
  • James Duddridge
  • James Grey
  • James Grundy
  • James Heappey
  • James Morris
  • Jacob Wild
  • Jan Hunt
  • jane stevenson
  • Jason McCartney
  • Jeremy Quin
  • Jill Mortimer
  • JohnGlen
  • John Hayes
  • Jonathan Gullis
  • Joy Morrissey
  • Julia Lopez
  • Julie Marson
  • Justin Tomlinson
  • Karl McCartney
  • Kate Griffiths
  • Catherine Fletcher
  • Kelly Tolhurst
  • Kemi Badenoch
  • Kevin Forest
  • Kevin Hollinrake
  • Kit malting
  • Kwasi Kwarteng
  • Lee Anderson
  • Lee Rowley
  • Leo Docherty
  • Lia Nico
  • Lucy Frazer
  • Luke Evans
  • Maggie Troup
  • Marco Longhi
  • Mark Jones
  • Mark Eastwood
  • Markus Fletcher
  • Mark Jenkinson
  • Mark Logan
  • Mark Pritchard
  • Markus Spencer
  • Martin Vickers
  • Matt Hancock
  • Matt Vickers
  • Matt Warman
  • Michael Ellis
  • Michael Fabrikant
  • Michael Gove
  • Michelle Donelan
  • Mike Freier
  • Mike Penning
  • mike wood
  • Mims Davies
  • Miriam Cates
  • Nadhim Zahawi
  • Nadine Dorries
  • Natalie Elphicke
  • Neil O’Brien
  • Nick Fletcher
  • Nicholas Richards
  • Nigel Adams
  • Nigel Huddleston
  • Oliver Dowden
  • Paul Bristol
  • Paul Howell
  • Paul Scully
  • Peter Bone
  • Peter Gibson
  • Philip Hollobone
  • Priti Patel
  • Rachel Maclean
  • Ranil Jayawardena
  • Rebecca Pow
  • Rehman Chishti
  • Richard Bacon
  • Richard Fuller
  • Richard Holden
  • Rishi Sunak
  • Rob Butler
  • Robert Buckland
  • Robert Hofe
  • Robert Halfon
  • Robert Jensick
  • Royston Smith
  • Ruth Edwards
  • Sajid Javid
  • Sally Ann Hart
  • Saqib Bhatti
  • Sarah Britcliffe
  • Sarah Atherton
  • Sarah Dines
  • Scott Benton
  • Shailesh Vara
  • Shaun Bailey
  • Sheryl Murray
  • Simon Baynes
  • Simon Clarke
  • Simon Hart
  • Stephen McPartland
  • Steve Barclay
  • Steve Double
  • Stuart Anderson
  • Suella Bravermann
  • Suzanne Webb
  • Therese Coffey
  • tom hunt
  • Tom Pursglove
  • Trudy Harrison
  • Victoria Prentis
  • Wendy Morton
  • Want quince
  • William Cash

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