Ayes 290 – Noes 322

first_imgAyes 290 – Noes 322 Almost all of the Brexit amendments backed by Labour were defeated by MPs tonight, as a combined total of 14 Labour MPs defied the party whip to vote against proposals put forward by Yvette Cooper, Rachel Reeves and Dominic Grieve.Of the amendments Labour supported, only the Spelman/Dromey proposal – which expresses opposition to a ‘no deal’ outcome but is not legally binding – was approved by the Commons in the key votes.Eight shadow ministers – Tracy Brabin, Judith Cummins, Gloria de Piero, Yvonne Fovargue, Mike Kane, Emma Lewell-Buck, Jim McMahon and Melanie Onn – were among those who broke the whip to abstain on the Cooper amendment, which aimed to extend Article 50 and avoid ‘no deal’ in March. It is unclear whether they will be disciplined.After the results of the votes were announced, Jeremy Corbyn said he would agree to meet with the Prime Minister to set out the “points of view” of the Labour Party on Brexit.The Labour leader said: “Tonight parliament has voted to remove the immediate threat of crashing out without a deal on 29 March. After months of refusing to take the chaos of no deal off the table, the Prime Minister must now face the reality that no deal is not an option.“I will meet the Prime Minister and others from across parliament to find a sensible Brexit solution that works for the whole country.“That solution should be based around Labour’s alternative plan of a customs union with a UK say, a strong single market relationship and a cast iron guarantee on workers’ rights, consumer standards and environmental protections.”Theresa May is now expected to return to Brussels to argue that her deal won’t be approved by the Commons without changes to the ‘backstop’. EU leaders, including Emmanuel Macron and Leo Varadkar, have already made it clear that the withdrawal agreement is not open for renegotiation.Amendment vote resultsa) LabourAyes 296 – Noes 327o) SNPAyes 39 – Noes 327g) GrieveAyes 301 – Noes 321b) CooperAyes 298 – Noes 321j) Reeves Ayes 318 – Noes 310 i) Spelman/Dromey n) BradyAyes 317 – Noes 301Labour rebelsVoted against Labour’s official amendment:Kevin Barron and Jim Fitzpatrick.Voted against the Grieve amendment and the Cooper amendment:Ian Austin, Kevin Barron, Ronnie Campbell, Rosie Cooper, Jim Fitzpatrick, Caroline Flint, Roger Godsiff, Stephen Hepburn, Kate Hoey, John Mann, Dennis Skinner, Laura Smith, Gareth Snell and Graham Stringer.Voted against the Reeves amendment:Ian Austin, Kevin Barron, Ronnie Campbell, Rosie Cooper, Jim Fitzpatrick, Caroline Flint, Roger Godsiff, Stephen Hepburn, Kate Hoey, John Mann, Laura Smith, Gareth Snell and Graham Stringer.Voted with the government for the Brady amendment:Ian Austin, Kevin Barron, Jim Fitzpatrick, Roger Godsiff, Kate Hoey, John Mann and Graham Stringer.Tags:Labour /Brexit amendments /last_img read more

July MBA Application Deadlines Are Coming Up

first_img regions: Atlanta / Baltimore / Boston / Chicago / Dallas / Denver / Houston / London / Los Angeles / Miami / New York City / Online / Philadelphia / Research Triangle / San Diego / San Francisco / Seattle / Toronto / Washington, DC RelatedJune MBA Deadlines You Need to KnowDon’t be left behind, and get a jump on the MBA application process this June! Here’s your guide to this month’s MBA admissions deadlines in our top metros. June MBA Deadlines New York City The deadlines for round 3 of St. John’s Tobin MBA (fall 2018) and round 4 of…May 30, 2018In “Advice”Get Ready for These March MBA DeadlinesBe on top of the MBA application process and submit your graduate school applications in a timely fashion. Getting applications in early can increase your chances of scholarships and other not-to-miss opportunities when applying for your MBA. Here’s your guide to the March MBA deadlines in some of the biggest…February 28, 2018In “Featured Home”Upcoming December MBA Application DeadlinesAs winter approaches and December comes into clear view, let’s review all the major upcoming MBA application deadlines for December and January. Get those applications in ASAP so you have more time to enjoy the holidays with friends and family as you await your acceptance letter in 2019. Best of…November 28, 2018In “Advice” About the AuthorMax PulciniMax Pulcini is a Philadelphia-based writer and reporter. He has an affinity for Philly sports teams, Super Smash Bros. and cured meats and cheeses. Max has written for Philadelphia-based publications such as Spirit News, Philadelphia City Paper, and Billy Penn, as well as national news outlets like The Daily Beast.View more posts by Max Pulcini Yes, it’s finally summertime and the livin’ is easy, but that doesn’t mean you can sleep on these upcoming MBA application deadlines. Take a look at which programs have deadlines coming up, and get these applications in now so you can hurry back to the beach and work on that tan!July MBA Application DeadlinesNew York CityThe Round 3 decision notification for the fall intake of  Tobin’s MBA program arrives on Sunday, July 1, while the domestic applicant deadline for the fall intake of Lehigh’s Flex MBA is later in the month on July 15. For those who hope to get ahead of their applications, the final deadline for [email protected] Online Master’s October intake is August 7.Lehigh’s next Flex MBA deadline for U.S. students is coming July 15.To see more information on upcoming events and deadlines in New York, click here. Los AngelesJuly deadlines to be aware of in the LA metro include the Drucker Executive MBA fall module I deadline on July 1 and the Paul Merage School of Business Health Care Executive MBA deadline on July 15. Meanwhile, August deadlines to look forward to include Round 2 applications for the Argyros Professional MBA and Executive MBA programs on August 1 and the final deadline for the Paul Merage School of Business Health Care Executive MBA on August 15.Click here for more information on important deadlines in the Los Angeles metro.TorontoTwo Toronto business schools have MBA application deadlines in July: Ted Rogers School of Management has deadlines for its full-time MBA and part-time Global MBA on July 9, while the Ivey Business School full-time MBA deadline comes July 16. There are no August deadlines, so everyone else is off the hook until September!The next full-time and part-time Global MBA deadlines at the Ted Rogers School of Management both arrive on July 9.More information on Toronto deadlines can be found here.PhiladelphiaWhile other metros see a decline in application deadlines in the summer months, Philly keeps the admissions process rolling. Prospective full-time MBA students need to get their applications for University of Delaware’s Lerner College and Rowan University’s Rohrer College of Business by July 1. As well, Rohrer’s online program deadline comes July 1 too, so get those applications in if you have not yet done so.Deadlines later in the month include domestic applications for Haub’s MBA Program and the aforementioned Lehigh’s Flex MBA program on July 15. Villanova rounds out the month with application deadlines for it’s Fast Track, Flex and Executive MBA programs on July 31.For more upcoming deadlines in the Philadelphia metro, click here.Washington DCJuly’s only deadline in the DC metro is American University’s [email protected] October priority deadline on July 23. The final deadline for this program is also August’s lone deadline on August 20.More deadlines for the Washington DC metro can be found here.For updated deadline information in Chicago, Boston, Baltimore, Atlanta, Dallas, Houston, Denver, San Francisco, San Diego, Seattle, and London, click here.center_img July MBA Application Deadlines Are Coming Up Last Updated Jun 28, 2018 by Max PulciniFacebookTwitterLinkedinemail last_img read more