Labour earlier failed in an attempt to scrap the controversial bedroom tax after Liberal Democrat MPs failed to vote against the policy.

Doran, Mr Frank Doughty, Stephen Dowd, Jim Doyle, Gemma Dromey, Jack Dugher, Michael Eagle, Ms Angela Eagle, Maria Edwards, Jonathan Efford, Clive Elliott, Julie Ellman, Mrs Louise Engel, Natascha Esterson, Bill Evans, Chris Farrelly, Paul Field, rh Mr Frank Fitzpatrick, Jim Flello, Robert Flint, rh Caroline Flynn, Paul Fovargue, Yvonne Francis, Dr Hywel Galloway, George Gapes, Mike Gardiner, Barry Gilmore, Sheila Glass, Pat Glindon, Mrs Mary Godsiff, Mr Roger Goodman, Helen Greatrex, Tom Green, Kate Greenwood, Lilian Griffith, Nia Gwynne, Andrew Hain, rh Mr Peter Hamilton, Mr David Hamilton, Fabian Hanson, rh Mr David Harman, rh Ms Harriet Harris, Mr Tom Havard, Mr Dai Healey, rh John Hepburn, Mr Stephen Hermon, Lady Heyes, David Hillier, Meg Hilling, Julie Hodge, rh Margaret Hodgson, Mrs Sharon Hoey, Kate Hood, Mr Jim Hopkins, Kelvin Hosie, Stewart Howarth, rh Mr George Hunt, Tristram Irranca-Davies, Huw Jackson, Glenda James, Mrs Siân C.

Jamieson, Cathy Jarvis, Dan Johnson, rh Alan Johnson, Diana Jones, Graham Jones, Helen Jones, Mr Kevan Jones, Susan Elan Jowell, rh Dame Tessa Kane, Mike Kaufman, rh Sir Gerald Keeley, Barbara Kendall, Liz Khan, rh Sadiq Lammy, rh Mr David Lavery, Ian Lazarowicz, Mark Leslie, Chris Lewell-Buck, Mrs Emma Lewis, Mr Ivan Llwyd, rh Mr Elfyn Love, Mr Andrew Lucas, Caroline Lucas, Ian Mac Neil, Mr Angus Brendan Mactaggart, Fiona Mahmood, Mr Khalid Mahmood, Shabana Malhotra, Seema Mann, John Marsden, Mr Gordon Mc Cabe, Steve Mc Cann, Mr Michael Mc Carthy, Kerry Mc Clymont, Gregg Mc Donagh, Siobhain Mc Donald, Andy Mc Donnell, John Mc Fadden, rh Mr Pat Mc Govern, Alison Mc Guire, rh Mrs Anne Mc Innes, Liz Mc Kechin, Ann Mc Kenzie, Mr Iain Mc Kinnell, Catherine Meacher, rh Mr Michael Meale, Sir Alan Mearns, Ian Miliband, rh Edward Miller, Andrew Mitchell, Austin Moon, Mrs Madeleine Morden, Jessica Morrice, Graeme (Livingston) Morris, Grahame M.

(Easington) Mudie, Mr George Munn, Meg Murphy, rh Mr Jim Murphy, rh Paul Murray, Ian Nandy, Lisa Nash, Pamela O'Donnell, Fiona Onwurah, Chi Osborne, Sandra Owen, Albert Paisley, Ian Pearce, Teresa Percy, Andrew Perkins, Toby Phillipson, Bridget Pound, Stephen Powell, Lucy Qureshi, Yasmin Raynsford, rh Mr Nick Reed, Mr Jamie Reed, Mr Steve Reeves, Rachel Reynolds, Emma Reynolds, Jonathan Riordan, Mrs Linda Ritchie, Ms Margaret Robertson, Angus Robertson, John Robinson, Mr Geoffrey Rotheram, Steve Roy, Mr Frank Roy, Lindsay Ruane, Chris Ruddock, rh Dame Joan Sarwar, Anas Sawford, Andy Seabeck, Alison Shannon, Jim Sharma, Mr Virendra Sheridan, Jim Shuker, Gavin Skinner, Mr Dennis Slaughter, Mr Andy Smith, Angela Smith, Nick Smith, Owen Spellar, rh Mr John Straw, rh Mr Jack Stringer, Graham Stuart, Ms Gisela Sutcliffe, Mr Gerry Tami, Mark Thomas, Mr Gareth Thornberry, Emily Timms, rh Stephen Trickett, Jon Turner, Karl Twigg, Derek Twigg, Stephen Umunna, Mr Chuka Vaz, rh Keith Vaz, Valerie Walley, Joan Watson, Mr Tom Watts, Mr Dave Weir, Mr Mike Whiteford, Dr Eilidh Whitehead, Dr Alan Williams, Hywel Williamson, Chris Wilson, Phil Winnick, Mr David Winterton, rh Ms Rosie Wishart, Pete Wood, Mike Woodcock, John Woodward, rh Mr Shaun Wright, David Wright, Mr Iain Tellers for the Ayes: Tom Blenkinsop and Nic Dakin Noes (voted to keep bedroom tax) Adams, Nigel Afriyie, Adam Aldous, Peter Amess, Mr David Arbuthnot, rh Mr James Bacon, Mr Richard Baker, rh Norman Baker, Steve Baldry, rh Sir Tony Barclay, Stephen Barker, rh Gregory Baron, Mr John Barwell, Gavin Bebb, Guto Beith, rh Sir Alan Bellingham, Mr Henry Benyon, Richard Beresford, Sir Paul Berry, Jake Bingham, Andrew Binley, Mr Brian Blunt, Crispin Boles, Nick Bottomley, Sir Peter Bradley, Karen Brady, Mr Graham Brake, rh Tom Brazier, Mr Julian Bridgen, Andrew Brine, Steve Brokenshire, James Browne, Mr Jeremy Bruce, Fiona Bruce, rh Sir Malcolm Buckland, Mr Robert Burns, Conor Burns, rh Mr Simon Burrowes, Mr David Burt, rh Alistair Burt, Lorely Byles, Dan Cairns, Alun Campbell, rh Sir Menzies Carmichael, Neil Cash, Sir William Chishti, Rehman Chope, Mr Christopher Clappison, Mr James Clark, rh Greg Clarke, rh Mr Kenneth Clifton-Brown, Geoffrey Collins, Damian Colvile, Oliver Cox, Mr Geoffrey Crabb, rh Stephen Davey, rh Mr Edward Davies, David T.

After a successful run of “After Paradise” following each episode of “Bachelor in Paradise” this past summer, ABC has ordered “Bachelor Live,” a talk show to air after new episodes of “The Bachelor” next season.

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The longtime host of “The Bachelor” will present questions and comments from viewers, debut deleted scenes, outtakes and exclusive extra content. “Bachelor Live” is executive-produced by Mike Fleiss for Next Entertainment in association with Warner Horizon Television, and Michael Davies, Jen Patton and Elan Gale for Embassy Row. Season 20 of “The Bachelor” will feature Ben Higgins, one of the rejected men on the latest season of “The Bachelorette,” as the new bachelor. A very popular British Spy Drama running from 1961-1969, created by Sydney Newman and produced by ITC for ITV.It ran for a total of 161 episodes across six seasons and singlehandedly started the Spy Catsuit and Action Girl tropes.Its most famous male-female partnership, between 19, was Patrick Macnee (who would later appear in a James Bond film) and Diana Rigg (who would later appear in a Bond film).