LAST night MPs voted on eight different options for the next steps for Brexit but made little progress, with none of the options put forward gaining a majority of parliamentary support.
But how did your MP vote?

Bridgwater and West Somerset MP Ian Liddell-Grainger only gave his backing to one of the eight options - which was leaving the EU without a deal on April 12.
Here is his full voting record from last night:

Yeovil Express:
For    No-deal: Leaving the EU on 12 April without a deal (John Baron's proposal - 160 for, 400 against)

Against    Common Market 2.0: Remaining in the European single market and seeking a temporary customs union with the EU (Nick Boles' proposal - 188 for, 283 against)

Against    EFTA and EEA: Remaining in the European single market but not forming a customs union with the EU (George Eustice's proposal - 65 for, 377 against)

Against    Customs union: Seeking a UK-wide customs union with the EU (Ken Clarke's proposal - 264 for, 272 against)

Against    Labour's alternative plan: Negotiating changes to the withdrawal agreement so that it includes protections to workers' rights, a permanent customs union, and close alignment to the single market (Jeremy Corbyn's proposal - 237 for, 307 against)

Against    Revoke Article 50: Cancelling Brexit if the UK gets within days of leaving the EU without a deal (Joanna Cherry's proposal - 184 for, 293 against)

Against    Second referendum: Holding another public vote to confirm any withdrawal agreement agreed by Parliament (Margaret Beckett's proposal - 268 for, 295 against)

Against    Standstill arrangement: Seeking a tariff-free trade agreement with the EU that will last for two years, during which time Britain will contribute to the EU budget (Marcus Fysh's proposal - 139 for, 422 against)

Taunton Deane MP Rebecca Pow also only voted in favour of one option put forward by DEFRA minister George Eustice, proposing to remain in the European single market and seek a temporary customs union with the EU.
She was one of only 65 MPs to back this motion, which proved to be the least popular of the eight options on offer.

Yeovil Express:

Here is her full voting record from last night:

Against    No-deal: Leaving the EU on 12 April without a deal (John Baron's proposal - 160 for, 400 against)

Did not vote         Common Market 2.0: Remaining in the European single market and seeking a temporary customs union with the EU (Nick Boles' proposal - 188 for, 283 against)

For    EFTA and EEA: Remaining in the European single market but not forming a customs union with the EU (George Eustice's proposal - 65 for, 377 against)

Against    Customs union: Seeking a UK-wide customs union with the EU (Ken Clarke's proposal - 264 for, 272 against)

Against    Labour's alternative plan: Negotiating changes to the withdrawal agreement so that it includes protections to workers' rights, a permanent customs union, and close alignment to the single market (Jeremy Corbyn's proposal - 237 for, 307 against)

Against    Revoke Article 50: Cancelling Brexit if the UK gets within days of leaving the EU without a deal (Joanna Cherry's proposal - 184 for, 293 against)

Against    Second referendum: Holding another public vote to confirm any withdrawal agreement agreed by Parliament (Margaret Beckett's proposal - 268 for, 295 against)

Against    Standstill arrangement: Seeking a tariff-free trade agreement with the EU that will last for two years, during which time Britain will contribute to the EU budget (Marcus Fysh's proposal - 139 for, 422 against)

Yeovil MP Marcus Fysh was one of those to put forward his own proposal, referred to as the 'standstill arrangement' which would seek a tariff-free trade agreement with the EU that would last for two years, during which time Britain would contribute to the EU budget.
His proposal gained 139 votes for, and had 422 against, making it the seventh most popular option of the eight put forward.

Yeovil Express:
Here is his full voting record from last night:
For     No-deal: Leaving the EU on 12 April without a deal (John Baron's proposal - 160 for, 400 against)

Against    Common Market 2.0: Remaining in the European single market and seeking a temporary customs union with the EU (Nick Boles' proposal - 188 for, 283 against)

Against    EFTA and EEA: Remaining in the European single market but not forming a customs union with the EU (George Eustice's proposal - 65 for, 377 against)

Against    Customs union: Seeking a UK-wide customs union with the EU (Ken Clarke's proposal - 264 for, 272 against)

Against    Labour's alternative plan: Negotiating changes to the withdrawal agreement so that it includes protections to workers' rights, a permanent customs union, and close alignment to the single market (Jeremy Corbyn's proposal - 237 for, 307 against)

Against    Revoke Article 50: Cancelling Brexit if the UK gets within days of leaving the EU without a deal (Joanna Cherry's proposal - 184 for, 293 against)

Against    Second referendum: Holding another public vote to confirm any withdrawal agreement agreed by Parliament (Margaret Beckett's proposal - 268 for, 295 against)

For    Standstill arrangement: Seeking a tariff-free trade agreement with the EU that will last for two years, during which time Britain will contribute to the EU budget (Marcus Fysh's proposal - 139 for, 422 against)

Wells MP James Heappey meanwhile did not back any of the options put forward. He voted against six of the options, and did not vote when it came to the No-Deal option, and Marcus Fysh's proposal.

Yeovil Express:
Here is his full voting record from last night: 

Did not vote        No-deal: Leaving the EU on 12 April without a deal (John Baron's proposal - 160 for, 400 against)

Against    Common Market 2.0: Remaining in the European single market and seeking a temporary customs union with the EU (Nick Boles' proposal - 188 for, 283 against)

Against    EFTA and EEA: Remaining in the European single market but not forming a customs union with the EU (George Eustice's proposal - 65 for, 377 against)

Against    Customs union: Seeking a UK-wide customs union with the EU (Ken Clarke's proposal - 264 for, 272 against)

Against    Labour's alternative plan: Negotiating changes to the withdrawal agreement so that it includes protections to workers' rights, a permanent customs union, and close alignment to the single market (Jeremy Corbyn's proposal - 237 for, 307 against)

Against    Revoke Article 50: Cancelling Brexit if the UK gets within days of leaving the EU without a deal (Joanna Cherry's proposal - 184 for, 293 against)

Against    Second referendum: Holding another public vote to confirm any withdrawal agreement agreed by Parliament (Margaret Beckett's proposal - 268 for, 295 against)

Did not vote        Standstill arrangement: Seeking a tariff-free trade agreement with the EU that will last for two years, during which time Britain will contribute to the EU budget (Marcus Fysh's proposal - 139 for, 422 against)