The debate was moved by Shadow Chancellor, John McDonnell.
Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, Mr Philip Hammond, responded on behalf of the Government.
MPs agreed the following Motion on division (Division No. 21: Ayes: 257 votes, Noes: 0 votes)
"That this House believes that the UK needs to stay in the EU because it offers the best framework for trade, manufacturing, employment rights and cooperation to meet the challenges the UK faces in the world in the twenty-first century; and notes that tens of billions of pounds worth of investment and millions of jobs are linked to the UK's membership of the EU, the biggest market in the world."
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