Eight Labour MPs voted against the motion, crucially 17 abstained. Several opponents of a second referendum were among the abstentions including Ruth Smeeth, Melanie Onn and Gareth Snell. However, despite all her recent bluster, Lisa Nandy supported the motion. Note to people of Wigan - remember this.
Ian Blackford was furious about Labour's rebels and abstentions, directly blaming them for the motion's defeat in a furious tweet. "Unforgivable" he chuntered. Thankfully all ten DUP members were present and duly voted against the motion.
The eight Labour rebels who opposed Labour's motion were:
On the Tory benches there were ten rebels that supported Labour's motion. All but three represent Leave-voting constituencies:
Guto Bebb - constituency voted Leave 52%
Jonathan Djanogly - constituency voted Leave 53%
Sam Gyimah - constituency voted Leave 54%
Phillip Lee - constituency voted Leave 53%
Oliver Letwin - constituency voted Leave 51%
Antoinette Sandbach - constituency voted Leave 52%
Caroline Spelman - constituency voted Leave 59%
Make no mistake, this won't be their last attempt to stop us leaving in October. They will be back again soon with more of the same and the Speaker will be only too happy to oblige them...