The ayes to the right, 311. The noes to the left, 293.
Look at them, look at them.
The ayes to the right, 311. The noes to the left, 293. So the ayes have it. The ayes have it. Unlock. Order. Point of order, Keir Starmer.
On a point of order, Mr Speaker, this house has now spoken and it's of huge constitutional and political significance. It is, I think, unprecedented for this house to find government ministers in contempt. The motion makes clear the government must now publish the attorney general's final legal advice in full. I hope the government will now confirm and comply with that order. But if the government fails to respond, Mr Speaker, what steps can I and others take to ensure the government does comply with this motion and before the votes that we have next Tuesday?
I will, before responding to the right honourable and learned gentleman, of course here, on the point of order from the leader of the House. The leader of the house, Andrea Leadsom.
Thank you, Mr Speaker. We've listened carefully and in light of the expressed will of the house, we will publish the final and full advice provided by the attorney general to cabinet. But recognising the very serious constitutional issues that this raises, I have referred the matter to the privileges committee to consider the implications of the humble address.