UK 29 November 2018 The MPs who back a new EU referendum A rolling list by party of those who have publicly pledged support for a fresh vote. Getty Sit down you're rocking the vote Sign UpGet the New Statesman's Morning Call email. Sign-up MPs are likely to amend the meaningful vote on Theresa May’s Withdrawal Agreement to call for a new referendum on Europe. But just how many have pledged their support? The rolling list below includes all 101 MPs who have publicly backed a fresh vote on the deal. If you are an MP and feel you should or should not be listed, get in touch here. Since publication, several of you have asked why the SNP are not included below – more often than not citing an interview Nicola Sturgeon gave to the BBC's Andrew Marr last month, in which she said that her MPs would "undoubtedly" back a so-called people's vote if it came before the Commons after the rejection of May's deal. "No doubt calls for a second referendum would grow in those circumstances, and I've said before we wouldn't stand in the way of a second referendum," she said. "I think SNP MPs would undoubtedly vote for that proposition." The reason why we have not chalked that up as an additional 35 votes for the cause is that Sturgeon's position, like Labour's official line, is qualified and conditional. She says there is no reason that her MPs would not vote for a new referendum in the event it came before the Commons, which isn't the same as the active pledge of support the MPs below have given. Add to that the reservations that a number of SNP MPs have expressed about a new referendum on the EU and its impact on the political prognosis for Scottish independence and it's clear that the support of that bloc is far from a foregone conclusion. Conservative (10) Heidi Allen Guto Bebb Damian Collins Sam Gymiah Justine Greening Dominic Grieve Jo Johnson Philip Lee Anna Soubry Sarah Wollaston Labour (73) Debbie Abrahams Rushanara Ali Tonia Antoniazzi Luciana Berger Roberta Blackman-Woods Ben Bradshaw Chris Bryant Richard Burden Ruth Cadbury Neil Coyle Mary Creagh Stella Creasy Janet Daby Geraint Davies Stephen Doughty Rosie Duffield Angela Eagle Maria Eagle Julie Elliott Louise Ellman Paul Farrelly Paul Flynn Mike Gapes Roger Godsiff Kate Green Lillian Greenwood John Grogan Helen Hayes Margaret Hodge Rupa Huq Darren Jones Graham Jones Susan Elan Jones Liz Kendall Peter Kyle David Lammy Chris Leslie Seema Malhotra Siobhain McDonagh Conor McGinn Alison McGovern Catherine McKinnell Anna McMorrin Madeleine Moon Stephen Morgan Ian Murray Jess Phillips Bridget Phillipson Steve Reed Ellie Reeves Rachel Reeves Lloyd Russell-Moyle Joan Ryan Virendra Sharma Barry Sheerman Gavin Shuker Tulip Siddiq Andy Slaughter Angela Smith Owen Smith Alex Sobel Jo Stevens Wes Streeting Gareth Thomas Anna Turley Chuka Umunna Catherine West Matt Western Martin Whitfield Paul Williams Phil Wilson Daniel Zeichner Liberal Democrat (11) Tom Brake Vince Cable Alistair Carmichael Ed Davey Tim Farron Wera Hobhouse Christine Jardine Norman Lamb Layla Moran Jamie Stone Jo Swinson Green (1) Caroline Lucas Plaid Cymru (4) Jonathan Edwards Ben Lake Liz Saville-Roberts Hywel Williams Independent (1) Jared O’Mara › Podcast: May vs Corbyn Patrick Maguire was political correspondent at the New Statesman. Subscribe For daily analysis & more political coverage from Westminster and beyond subscribe for just £1 per month!