Labour MPs could face disciplinary action for rebelling against their party over Brexit.

Seven Labour MPs voted with the government on Tuesday for an amendment calling for “alternative arrangements” to the backstop part of the PM’s deal.

Fourteen Labour MPs also voted against a cross-party amendment to delay Brexit, which had the party’s backing.

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said he was “disappointed” with the members who voted with the government.

And he said the party would

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