The original 15: Heidi Allen, Ken Clarke, Jonathan Djanogly, Vicky Ford, Dominic Grieve, Oliver Heald, Stephen Hammond, Jeremy Lefroy, Paul Masterton, Nick Morgan, Bob Neill, Antoinette Sandbach, Anna Soubry, Tom Tugendhat and Sarah Wollaston.
The additional 5: ?
On 15th November, as the Commons debates on the EU bill amendments began, the front page of the Telegraphsplashed The Brexit Mutineers.
On 16th November a letter from the BrexMuts was published, only some of which is visible on the web site without payment,
SIR – Your front page article (“The Brexit mutineers”, November 15) is misleading.
We have accepted the result of the EU referendum and accordingly accept that our country is leaving the European Union. We do not seek to delay or thwart Britain’s exit from the EU, however much we may regret it. Many of us are lawyers; we are all parliamentarians.
We seek to make an important Bill – the EU Withdrawal Bill – considerably better by laying amendments, in accordance with our duties as MPs. The Government laid an amendment late last week that seeks to put the date of Brexit on the face of the Bill. What looks at first blush like an uncontroversial proposal could accidentally harm our country’s interest. Putting a date in law is too rigid. As negotiations reach their close, the Government may need a small amount of additional time to conclude, for example, the best transitional deal.
We are pleased...
And the Times reported "Rebels yesterday said that they had at least five more supporters whose names were not yet in the public domain, taking their number above 20, and that a handful of ministers had also privately expressed support".
The names are: Heidi Allen, Ken Clarke, Jonathan Djanogly, Vicky Ford, Dominic Grieve, Oliver Heald, Stephen Hammond, Jeremy Lefroy, Paul Masterton, Nick Morgan, Bob Neill, Antoinette Sandbach, Anna Soubry, Tom Tugendhat and Sarah Wollaston.
On the webpage they show a diferent configuration.