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By- Election In Norwich North

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According to Sky News.

EDIT: BBC News online reporting he resigns with immediate effect.

Edited by Driver

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Wow, he voted against the war, ID cards and university top up fees?!?

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Now that will be an interesting one. Traditionally Labour, with the Tories holding in the 80s. It's also a seat with a fair sized student population, who were in town at the last General, but will be out of town for the by-election (assuming it's held soonish). It's exactly the sort of seat the Tories need to win next time around.

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Wow, he voted against the war, ID cards and university top up fees?!?

that would be a traditional Labour MP then.

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There are some tweets about Tony McNulty doing the same.

how funny would it be if 40 labour mps resigned from the commons?

I can see a few of the old Tory defectors to labour tippy-toeing back across the floor of the commons, as well.

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Wow, he voted against the war, ID cards and university top up fees?!?

I'm not sure about that.

Headline in link says he is against them, but if you look at the way he voted, I am not surte you can say he is against them being introduced. Not sure how that reconciles with the headline though! :blink:

http://www.publicwhip.org.uk/mp.php?mpn=Ia...display=motions

Edited by Nick Dastardly

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how funny would it be if 40 labour mps resigned from the commons?

I can see a few of the old Tory defectors to labour tippy-toeing back across the floor of the commons, as well.

Many Labour MPs may start to realise that the only way they stand any chance of getting re-elected is to ditch the Labour party.

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will be interesting to see if he they back him as an independent or if they back the tory or if Gibson and the Labour candidate split the vote

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