Jarrow MP Stephen Hepburn was one of 14 MPs who voted against Labour colleague Yvette Cooper’s amendment in Tuesday night’s Brexit debate to give Parliament time to pass a bill that would postpone the leaving date until December 31.
Mr Hepburn was not available for comment on the issue.
Here is how he voted in the series of divisions.
Labour’s amendment for Parliament to vote on options which prevent the UK leaving the EU without a deal, including a permanent customs union and a referendum
Did not vote
The SNP’s amendment to delay Brexit, rule out leaving the EU without a deal and emphasise the role of the UK nations in the Brexit process
Tory MP Dominic Grieve’s amendment to force the government to make time for six days of debate on Brexit alternatives before 26 March
Labour MP Yvette Cooper’s amendment to give Parliament time to pass a bill that would postpone Brexit until 31 December if the prime minister’s deal is not approved by 26 February
Labour MP Rachel Reeves’ amendment for the government to ask the EU to postpone Brexit for an indefinite period
Tory MP Dame Caroline Spelman’s amendment to reject leaving the EU without a deal
Tory MP Sir Graham Brady’s amendment to call for Parliament to require the backstop is replaced with “alternative arrangements to avoid a hard border” with Ireland