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Tory MPs staged a major revolt tonight against Boris Johnson over lockdown rules – including the 10pm bar curfew.

82 MPs, including 42 Conservatives, voted against the law which contained the division rule for pubs and restaurants in England.

With two other Tories counting the votes, the number of rebels against Boris Johnson was 44.

The rebellion is big enough that the rebels could have won if the Labor Party had not told MPs to abstain.

But the vote was quite symbolic, as the 10 p.m. curfew law was closed at midnight tonight.

From tomorrow, the law MPs voted on will be replaced with a similar law for the three-tier lockdown system – which MPs approved without revolt.

Meanwhile, because most Labor MPs abstained in the vote, the government still won by 299 votes to 82.

Ads devastated by curfew – and scientists say there’s little evidence it works
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It comes after SAGE evidence emerged showing that the 10pm curfew would only have a “marginal impact” on the virus.

Yet the prime minister continued with his policy anyway and kept it within the three tiers of his new local lockdown system.

Critics say the strict cut-off time – with sites facing 1,000 one-off fines – has led to large groups congregating outside pubs and crowding into public transport around closing time.

Tory MP Chris Green from Bolton West has resigned his government post to vote against the rules.

Tory MP Imran Ahmad Khan (Wakefield) told MPs: “There is no silver bullet, and without a solution, although difficult, we must learn to live with the virus. Persistent peaks and troughs are only not viable and offer false hope. “

Tory MP Chris Green resigned from junior government to vote against the rules
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Craig Mackinlay (South Thanet) said: “My real concern of course is the 10pm curfew. Considering this great city of London, restaurants are closed, pubs closed, there are no dishes. take out available at 10 am.

“And guess what, the first train from London or the next tube at 10:10 am will be solid, mixing and mingling with people nearby.”

Conservative Stephen Hammond (Wimbledon) said the evidence for some of the regulations “is flawed at best”. He urged further restriction to stop the sale of unlicensed alcohol after some time.

Matt Hancock suggested the 10 p.m. curfew for hospitality was a “matter of political choice” to keep schools and workplaces open.

Defending the policy, the health secretary told MPs there is “direct and approximate evidence” of the positive impact of the limits on pubs and restaurants, citing a drop in alcohol-related admissions for late night A&E.

He also warned MPs that they should have “no faith” in herd immunity to the virus, even if everyone gets it, as it is not known how long the immunity lasts.

What was the law?

MEPs voted on the retrospective adoption of the health protection (coronavirus, restrictions) regulation (n ° 2) (England) (amendment) (n ° 5) 2020.

Catchy name, but basically it was the law that provided for, among other things, the 10pm curfew in pubs.

Although it went into effect at 5 a.m. on September 24, it still had to be approved by MPs afterwards or it would have expired.

The law also contained the “table service only” rule for pubs, bars and restaurants.

However, the law ceases to be in force at midnight tonight as it will be replaced by a new legal regime for the three-tier lockdown system.

MPs would have had a much harder time trying to reject the 10pm curfew under the new laws, as it was ‘lumped together’ into one ‘take it or leave it’ vote to approve the entire system three-level locking or nothing at all.

The 44 conservative rebels against the 10pm curfew law

Tory MPs have been whipped for supporting the law, but 42 of them – plus two “scrutineers” who count the votes – defied Boris Johnson.

  1. Philip Hollobone (cashier)

  2. Craig Mackinlay (cashier)

  3. Imran Ahmad Khan

  4. David Amess
  5. Steve baker
  6. Harriett baldwin
  7. Bob blackman
  8. Crispin Blunt
  9. Peter Bone
  10. Graham Brady
  11. Christopher Mug
  12. Geoffrey Clifton-Brown
  13. James daly
  14. Philip davies
  15. David davis
  16. Dehenna Davison
  17. Jackie Doyle-Price
  18. Richard drax
  19. Marcus Fysh
  20. Nusrat Ghani
  21. Chris Green
  22. Tom hunt
  23. Pauline Latham
  24. Chris Loder
  25. Tim loughton
  26. Anthony Mangnall
  27. Karl McCartney
  28. Esther McVey
  29. Huw Merriman
  30. Anne Marie Morris
  31. John redwood
  32. Andrew Rosindell
  33. Gary Sambrook
  34. Bob seely
  35. Henry smith
  36. Desmond Swayne
  37. Robert syms
  38. Derek thomas
  39. Craig Tracey
  40. Matt Vickers
  41. Christian Wakeford
  42. Charles walker
  43. Giles Watling
  44. William wragg

Labor MPs who voted against the 10pm curfew law

A wide range of Labor MPs, including some in the hardest hit parts of the north and leftist members such as Jeremy Corbyn and Diane Abbott, voted against the law.

Labor MPs were pushed to abstain, with party leaders believing government rules to be chaotic – but they couldn’t see opposing a public health measure.

However, the Labor backbenchers got a free vote and are therefore not ‘rebels’.

  1. Diane abbott
  2. Apsana Begum
  3. Ben bradshaw
  4. Chris bryant
  5. Dawn butler
  6. Jeremy corbyn
  7. Geraint Davies
  8. Andrew Gwynne
  9. Mike hill
  10. Rupa huq
  11. Kevan Jones
  12. Ian lavery
  13. Emma Lewell-Buck
  14. Rebecca Long Bailey
  15. Ian mearns
  16. Grahame morris
  17. Kate osborne
  18. Bell Ribeiro-Addy
  19. Lloyd Russell-Moyle
  20. John spellar
  21. Graham Stringer
  22. Jon Trickett
  23. Derek twigg

Other MPs who voted against the 10 p.m. curfew law

Green:

Lib Dems:

  1. Alistair Carmichael
  2. Wendy chamberlain
  3. Daisy cooper
  4. Ed Davey
  5. Tim farron
  6. Wera Hobhouse
  7. Layla Moran
  8. Sarah olney
  9. Jamie Stone
  10. Munira Wilson

DUP:

  1. Jeffrey M Donaldson
  2. Paul Girvan
  3. Carla Lockhart
  4. Ian Paisley
  5. Gavin robinson
  6. Sammy Wilson



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