21 Lib Dem MPs voted against:
27 Lib Dems voted for:
From Andrew Sparrow on the Guardian’s Politics Live blog:
“The government whip Mark Hunter (Cheadle) acted as a teller. That means he supported the government, but that his name will not appear as a “yes” in the division list.
8 Lib Dems did not vote:
Huhne and Horwood did not vote because they are at the climate change conference in Cancun. Huhne would have backed the government, and Horwood would have voted against.”
It’s also notable that Leader Nick Clegg voted for; Deputy Leader Simon Hughes abstained while Party President-elect Tim Farron voted against.