In order of the time of their resignation:
- They’re all on the more Brexiteer side of our spectrum but they’re certainly not all raving ideologues – for comparison JRM is +15, Gove +11
- They’re from a mixture of seats that voted to Leave and to Remain – and the Leave seats are not as strongly in support of Leave as, for example, some Labour-held seats in the North
- They all have solid majorities – suggesting that might be less of a motivating factor for how MPs ultimately decide to . . .