Speaking after the Commons Indicative Votes, Caroline Flint said:
"Yesterday, I voted in line with my general election pledges to respect the vote and to support a deal.
“None of yesterday’s debate was about the Deal the EU has asked Parliament to make a decision on. Some motions were about the future trading relationships, but a few motions were efforts to stop Brexit or force a second referendum. I voted against both of those proposals.
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