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The Bruges Group has ranked Members of Parliament according to their voting in the House of Commons since the 2010 General Election You can check how they voted on the key EU related issues that came before them and see who are the genuine Eurosceptics and who are Europhile. You can also let your Member of Parliament know what you think of their voting record.
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In important votes in the House of Commons if an MP votes to protect or preserve Britain’s democracy and economy from EU interference they are awarded a score of plus 2. If the MP votes in a way that harms our freedom, prosperity and sovereignty the MP receives a vote of minus 2. In the face of pressure from the Whips acting on behalf of their pro-EU leadership an abstention receives a score of plus 1. In the referendum of 23rd June 2016 if your MP supported Leave, they are awarded 10 points. If, however, they supported Remain then a score of minus 10 will be applied.

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Gregory Campbell, East Londonderry 36%DUP
Nigel Dodds, Belfast North 49%DUP
Jeffrey M. Donaldson, Lagan Valley 47%DUP
Ian Paisley Jnr, North Antrim 37%DUP
Gavin Robinson, Belfast East 71%DUP
Jim Shannon, Strangford 46%DUP
David Simpson, Upper Bann 39%DUP
Sammy Wilson, East Antrim 42%DUP
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