Shared September 5, 2019
Political grandee Kenneth Clarke - a Commons veteran of nearly five decades - was among those to find themselves politically homeless after voting against the Government.
The Rushcliffe MP had the Tory whip removed, effectively expelling him from the parliamentary party, after joining opposition parties on Tuesday night to wrest control of the Commons agenda to block a no-deal Brexit.
Philip Hammond who, until July 24, served as Chancellor was also among the 21 rebels, alongside Winston Churchill's grandson Sir Nicholas Soames and former justice secretary David Gauke.
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