The Bill was passed on Moday 13th March in its original form, the two Lords amendments #1 - EU nationals, #2 - a meaningful vote) falling by the wayside.
At 6.25pm the Lords first amendment was rejected by 335 votes to 287. Some notable voters were:
Two Tories voted against the rejection, Alex Chalk and Tania Mathias;
Six from Labour voted for, Frank Field, Kate Hoey, Kelvin Hopkins, Rob Marris, Graham Stringer, and Gisela Stuart.
At 6.40 pm the second amendment was rejected by 331 to 286:
No Tories opposed the rejection;
There were six Labour votes in favour, Ronnie Campbell plus Field, Hopkins, Stringer and Stuart as above. Marris voted the other way on this one.
The Times reported that "a number of pro-European Conservatives rebelled against the trhree-line whip by abstaining.
They included Nicky Morgan, Anna Soubry, Dominic Grieve, Bob Neill, Heidi Allen and Ben Howlett."
The Lords then rolled over.