EU referendum: How your MP will vote

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As Britain prepares to go to the polls for the EU referndum, here’s how your MP will vote.

Penny Mordaunt (Portsmouth North) - OUT

‘Anyone who wants further reform and a Europe based on democracy should vote to leave.’

Flick Drummond (Portsmouth South) - IN

‘The economic argument for being in the largest free market in the world is very important for our businesses.’

George Hollingbery (Meon Valley) - IN

‘I would like to remain in the EU but regardless of whether people agree with me or not, it’s vitally important that everyone casts their vote.’

Alan Mak (Havant) - IN

‘The risks of leaving are too great and put jobs and businesses at risk.’

Caroline Dinenage (Gosport) - IN

‘In my heart the emotional argument for a ‘Brexit’ is still enticing, but, in my head, there is too much uncertainty about the economic implications of leaving for me to risk, there is too much at stake.’

Suella Fernandes (Fareham) - OUT

‘I’m uncomfortable with the fact that our legal system and laws are routinely overridden by the EU.’

Andrew Tyrie (Chichester) - IN

‘There are economic risks of staying and leaving, but the risks are greater to leave.’

Damian Hinds (East Hampshire) - IN

‘The combination of EU membership and the English language has underpinned our strong rate of inward investment.’