Appendix 4
The 69 Labour rebels – October 1971
in The British political elite and Europe, 1959–1984

Appendix 4
The 69 Labour rebels – October 1971

The 69 Labour MPs who voted with the Conservative government in the Common Market Debate in the House of Commons on 28 October 1971

Abse, Leo

Albu, Austen

Archer, Peter

Barnes, Michael

Barnett, Joel

Blenkinsop, Arthur

Bradley, Tom

Buchanan, Richard

Corbet, Freda

Crawshaw, Richard

Cronin, John

Dalyell, Tam

Davies, Ifor

de Freitas, Geoffrey

Dell, Edmund

Douglas, Dick

Dunnett, Jack

Edelman, Maurice

Edwards, William

Ellis, Tom

Faulds, Andrew

Foley, Maurice

Ford, Ben

Ginsburg, David

Gordon Walker, Patrick

Gunter, Raymond Jones

Hannan, William

Hattersley, Roy

Houghton, Douglas

Howell, Denis

Jenkins, Roy

Johnson, Carol

Lawson, George

Leonard, Dick

Lever, Harold

Lomas, Kenneth

Lyon, Alexander

Lyons, Edward

Mabon, Dickson

Mackie, John

Mackintosh, John

Maclennan, Robert

Mallalieu, Edward Lancelot

Marquand, David

Mason, Roy

Mayhew, Christopher

Noble, Michael

Oram, Bert

Owen, David

Palmer, Arthur

Pannell, Charles

Price, William

Rankin, John

Richard, Ivor

Rodgers, William

Roper, John

Rose, Paul

Sandelson, Neville

Sheldon, Robert

Silkin, Sam

Smith, John

Stewart, Michael

Strauss, George Russell

Taverne, Dick

Tomney, Frank

Wells, William

Whitehead, Phillip

Willey, Frederick

Williams, Shirley

Source: Hansard, 28 October 1971, Vol. 823, cc. 2073–217; Dod's Parliamentary Companion, 1972

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