And every time, they swallow their principles and troop obediently through the division lobbies
in support of Blair's chicanery.
That was among Mr Cook's chief concerns when he trooped through the division lobbies
alongside 61 other Labour rebels, plus opposition MPs.
Then, there will be an ``I told you so'' atmosphere among the 140 or so Labour MPs who have been prepared to defy the the Prime Minister in the division lobbies
of the House of Commons.
That will make sure there's no repeat of the Westminster spectacle of MPs shuffling off into the division lobbies
[euro]e 50 rebel Tories marched through the division lobbies
with us at the 10 o'clock vote but three Liberals failed to turn up.
On Monday night, Tony Blair voted for a ban, the first time he has gone through the division lobbies
as Prime Minister on this issue.
How unlike Blair's Babes, who want to turn MPs into politically-correct social workers, too busy breast-feeding their babies in the division lobbies
to worry about winning elections.
Glasgow Maryhill MP Maria Fyfe said: "Does the Prime Minister really want robots who just walk through division lobbies
The premier was said to have approached his MP outside the division lobbies
and accused him of not behaving "honourably".
Home Office Minister Lord Rooker warned opposition peers before they trooped into the division lobbies
their changes would "taken together, as a group, if passed, wreck the Bill."
A review rejected pressing buttons or using swipe cards in favour of crowding into division lobbies
They are too sick to make it upstairs and into the division lobbies
- but, since they are technically `on the premises' and have signified their willingness to vote they can be counted.