FLINTSHIRE'S two MPs voted to endorse a report by the privileges committee which found Boris Johnson knowingly misled parliament over partygate. 

MPs voted by 354 votes to seven in the House of Commons to endorse a report, whilst 280 MPs abstained from voting.

The vote means Mr Johnson, ousted as Prime Minister by his own party less than a year ago, will not be allowed a pass to visit the parliamentary estate and would have been banned for 90 days from sitting as an MP had he not resigned earlier this month.


The former Prime Minister has been stripped of special access to parliament after MPs backed the committee's report that he lied about parties in Downing Street during the Covid pandemic.

Out of Flintshire and Wrexham's MPs, two voted in favour of the report and two abstained. 

Alyn & Deeside's Labour MP, Mark Tami, and Delyn's Independent MP, Rob Roberts, both voted to endorse the report. 

Wrexham MP, Sarah Atherton, and Clwyd South MP, both Conservatives, abstained from voting.