This is how Wakefield's MPs voted on all eight Brexit options

This is how Wakefield MPs voted on all eight of the Brexit options which were put to the House of Commons last night.

Thursday, 28th March 2019, 12:55 pm
Updated Thursday, 28th March 2019, 1:58 pm
The four MPs whose constituencies fall within the Wakefield district (Yvette Cooper, Mary Creagh, Andrea Jenkyns and Jon Trickett) each voted differently on the eight options.

The eight options were designed to advance the Brexit process, but all failed to gain a majority. The four MPs whose constituencies fall within the Wakefield district (Yvette Cooper, Mary Creagh, Andrea Jenkyns and Jon Trickett) each voted differently. Take a look below to find out how your MP voted.

Remain in the European single market but do not form a customs union with the EU (65 votes for, 377 votes against) - Yvette Cooper, did not vote - Mary Creagh, against - Andrea Jenkyns, against - Jon Trickett, did not vote.
Remain in the European single market and seek a temporary customs union with the EU (188 votes for, 283 votes against) - Yvette Cooper, for - Mary Creagh, did not vote - Andrea Jenkyns, against - Jon Trickett, for.
Seek a UK-wide customs union with the EU (264 votes for, 272 votes against) - Yvette Cooper, for - Mary Creagh, for - Andrea Jenkyns, against - Jon Trickett, for.
Negotiating changes to the withdrawal agreement, including: protection of workers' rights and close alignment to the single market (237 votes for, 307 votes against) - Yvette Cooper, for - Mary Creagh, for - Andrea Jenkyns, against - Jon Trickett, for.
Leave the EU on April 12 without a deal (160 votes for, 400 votes against) - Yvette Cooper, against - Mary Creagh, against- Andrea Jenkyns, for - Jon Trickett, against.
Seek a two year tariff-free trade agreement with the EU, during which time Britain would contribute to the EU budget (139 votes for, 422 votes against) - Yvette Cooper, against - Mary Creagh, against - Andrea Jenkyns, for - Jon Trickett, against.
Cancel Brexit if the UK gets within days of leaving the EU without a deal (184 votes for, 293 votes against) - Yvette Cooper, did not vote - Mary Creagh, for - Andrea Jenkyns, against - Jon Trickett, did not vote.
Hold another public vote to on withdrawal agreement agreed by Parliament (268 votes for, 295 votes against) - Yvette Cooper, for - Mary Creagh, for - Andrea Jenkyns, against - Jon Trickett, did not vote.