Now then. Here is the amendment and the debate around it though you do have to scroll down to find the beginning.
New Clause 11Mr Bone spoke to the subject immediately after Ms Patel pontificating and expressed his hope that the young lady would join him in the Division Lobby. Alas, that hope was not fulfilled. Ms Patel, as ever, decided that discretion or, perhaps, outright cowardice was the better part of valour and voted with the government. That young lady should go far. She seems to be as good as Mr Hannan at running with the hares and hunting with the hounds and as Mr Hannan's shine rubs off, as it is rubbing off despite the eurosceptic sheeple, we may hear a great deal more about Ms Patel who will talk the talk but will not walk the walk.
PROVISION FOR FURTHER REFERENDUM
'In order to meet the referendum condition referred to in section 2, section 3 and section 6 of this Act, the Act providing for the approval of-
(a) a treaty under the terms of section 2; or
(b) a decision under the terms of section 3; or
(c) a decision or draft decision under section 6
shall also provide for a further binding referendum to be held on continuing United Kingdom membership of the European Union, if the majority of those voting in a referendum held under the terms of the relevant section are opposed to the ratification of the treaty, decision or draft decision, as the case may be.'.- (Mr Bone.)
So who did vote for the amendment? Well here is the list though, once again, you have to scroll down.
Baron, Mr John
Bone, Mr Peter
Campbell, Mr Gregory
Carswell, Mr Douglas
Cash, Mr William
Chope, Mr Christopher
Clappison, Mr James
Howarth, rh Mr George
Jenkin, Mr Bernard
Lewis, Dr Julian
Main, Mrs Anne
McCrea, Dr William
Nuttall, Mr David
Shepherd, Mr Richard
Skinner, Mr Dennis
Turner, Mr Andrew
Vaz, rh Keith
Tellers for the Ayes:
Mr Philip Hollobone and
I suppose people might like to ask their MPs why they didn't vote for this amendment, particularly if those MPs campaigned on a supposedly eurosceptic platform.