SYRIA AIR STRIKES- How did YOUR MP vote?

Prime Minister David Cameron speaking during the debate in the House of Commons on extending the bombing campaign against Islamic State to Syria. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Wednesday December 2, 2015. See PA story POLITICS Syria. Photo credit should read: PA Wire

Prime Minister David Cameron speaking during the debate in the House of Commons on extending the bombing campaign against Islamic State to Syria. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Wednesday December 2, 2015. See PA story POLITICS Syria. Photo credit should read: PA Wire

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Britain has launched air strikes on ISIS targets in Syria just hours after MPs voted in favour of allowing British forces to extend its bombing commitments.

Four Tornado bombers took off from the RAF Akrotiri air base in Cyprus and struck targets in Syria, with the Government saying more strikes are planned today.

The sorties followed a day of drama at Westminster, when dozens of Labour MPs ignored leader Jeremy Corbyn and backed military action.

It is a debate that has split the nation - with seemingly no clear consensus on whether extending military commitments into Syria will help or hinder the situation.

But how did your MP vote?

Here is a list of Members of Parliament from our region and how they voted in Wednesday night’s debate:

NOTTINGHAMSHIRE

Sir Alan Meale (Labour-Mansfield) AGAINST

Gloria De Piero (Labour-Ashfield) FOR

Mark Spencer (Conservative-Sherwood) FOR

John Mann (Labour-Bassetlaw) AGAINST

Anna Soubry (Conservative-Broxtowe) FOR
Graham Allen (Labour-Nottingham North) AGAINST

DERBYSHIRE

Nigel Mills (Conservative-Amber Valley) FOR

Pauline Latham (Conservative-Mid Derbyshire) FOR

Toby Perkins (Labour-Chesterfield) AGAINST

Natascha Engel (Labour-North East Derbyshire) DID NOT VOTE

Patrick McLoughlin (Conservative-Derbyshire Dales) FOR

Andrew Bingham (Conservative-High Peak) FOR

Dennis Skinner (Labour-Bolsover) AGAINST