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Wednesday 7th September 2011
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As the Health and Social Care Bill reaches its closing stages, all eyes are on the Liberal Democrat benches to see how its MPs might vote. There have been notable threats, as revealed by PoliticsHome, but perhaps last night's vote on the Private Patient Income cap, brought by Labour, will help Dot to guess which lobbies certain MPs will be walking through tonight.
Andrew George, Adrian Sanders and Martin Horwood voted with Labour and against the Government on the amendment, while these MPs abstained: Annette Brooke, Tim Farron, Simon Hughes, Julian Huppert, Charles Kennedy, John Leech, Greg Mulholland, John Pugh, Alan Reid, Dan Rogerson, Ian Swales, Stephen Williams.
Perhaps the same will happen tonight.