Thursday, 3 December 2015

How Welsh MPs voted on Syria

MPs have backed air strikes on so-called Islamic State militants in Syria by a large majority, with Labour split on the issue.
Twenty of Wales' 25 Labour MPs joined the three Plaid Cymru MPs and sole Liberal Democrat  in rejecting the plan.

Shadow cabinet member Chris Bryant and junior spokesmen Wayne David and Stephen Doughty were the most prominent Welsh Labour MPs for military action.
All 11 Welsh Tory MPs supported Prime Minister David Cameron's proposals.

Against

Labour
Nia Griffith  Llanelli
Owen Smith.Pontypridd
Kevin Brennan, Cardiff
Geraint Davies,  Swansea West
Chris Evans, Islwyn
David Hanson, Delyn
Paul Flynn Newport West
Carolyn Harris Swansea East
Huw Irranca-Davies, Ogmore
Gerald Jones, Merthyr
Stephen Kinnock, Aberavon
Ian Lucas, Wrexham
Madeleine Moon, Bridgenf
Christina Rees Neath
Jo Stevens, Cardiff Central
Nick Smith, Blaneau Gwent
Mark Tami Alyn and Deeside
Nick Thomas-Symonds, Torfaen
Jessica Morden Newport East
Albert Owen. Ynys Mon




Liberal Democrat

Mark Williams, .

Plaid Cymru

Jonathan Edwards Carmarthen East and Dinefwr
Hywel Williams Arfon

Liz Savile Roberts Dwyfor Meirionnydd


Against

Chris Bryant Rhondda
Wayne David Caerphily
Stephen Doughty Cardiff North
Susan Elan-Jones Clwyd South


Conservative

Guto Bebb Aberconwy
Alun Cairns Vale of Glamorgan
Stephen Crabb Preseli Pembrokeshire
Byron Davies Gower
Christopher Davies Brecon and Radnorshire
David Davies Monmouth
Glyn Davies Montgomeryshire
James Davies  Vale of Clwyd
Simon Hart Carmarthen West and Pembrokeshire  South
David Jones Clwyd West
Craig Williams Cardiff North

Cynon Valley MP Ann Clwyd was absent from the vote due to illness.

 

3 comments:

  1. I would say Glyn that the Celts were more civilised that those dashed Romans the English are so fond of. Our one and only Labour MP also voted against, but to his shame, well maybe not considering he is in court on charges of lying to his constituents, our one and only Lib Dem voted with the Tories. Jeremy Corbyn now should do the decent thing and throw those who did not support him out of his cabinet, free vote or not. He was wrong to give them that, but hey ho, Labour are committing suicide.

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  2. Who thought we would see the day when the MP for the Rhondda would vote with the Tories to kill people?

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    1. Well Bryant was once a Tory anfd Thatcher supporter.

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