Today in Parliament, West Lancashire MP Rosie Cooper did NOT vote for a second EU referendum. She voted against it. It seems that Labour was split on the second referendum amendment today, with a total of 41 MPs rebelling against the instruction to abstain, 24 for the amendment and 17 against. One MP, Lloyd Russell-Moyle, registered an abstention by voting in both lobbies.
Rosie also voted for the Benn/Cooper amendment to allow MPs to debate a Brexit motion that could lead to Parliament holding a series of indicative votes on different Brexit options. (Amendment failed)
and For the Labour amendment to reject the PM’s deal and the idea of leaving without a deal. It also calls for an extension to Brexit talks to provide parliamentary time to find a majority for a different approach. (Amendment failed)