Christopher Michael Leslie is a British Labour Co-operative politician. He has been the Member of Parliament for Nottingham East since 2010. In 2015, between May and September, he served as Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer in the shadow cabinet of acting Labour leader Harriet Harman.
MPs are voting on whether to back the government's Brexit strategy.
They have rejected a Labour call for another vote on the withdrawal Deal by 27 February by 322 votes to 306.
The Labour amendment called for a vote on the withdrawal Deal by 27 February, or for the government to allow Parliament to decide what happens next.
But that has angered some Tory Brexiteers as MPs backed two motions on 29 January - One seeking an alternative to the controversial "backstop" element of the withdrawal Deal and Another One backing for a separate move to stop Brexit happening without a formal Deal .
Downing Street has urged them not to rebel over what it describes as an "anodyne" motion.
The government has warned a rebellion could damage the Prime Minister 's negotiating position, as she seeks to make changes to the controversial backstop "insurance policy" in The Deal to avoid customs checks between Northern Ireland and The Republic of Ireland.
Mr Barclay replied that The Commons "has said two different things" as it had also passed legislation to say the UK would leave the EU on 29 March, "by a large margin" adding: "The legislation frankly takes precedence over that motion. "
Ms Greening, a former education secretary who backs another EU referendum, described this approach as "fundamentally wrong and anti-democratic".
But DUP Westminster leader Nigel Dodds said taking "no Deal " off the table would weaken the UK's negotiating position: "So those who call for no Deal to be taken off the table are actually playing into the hands of the possibility of a no Deal . "
And Tory backbencher Peter Bone told MPs: "The Truth is that a no-Deal Brexit , which of course is a Deal Coming Out on WTO rules, is The Answer . It gives clarity to business and it delivers what The British people voted for in June 2016. "
Mr Barclay said the government's priority was to secure a Deal and said: "The only way to avoid 'no Deal ' is either to secure a Deal on the terms the Prime Minister has set Out . . the only other option would be to revoke Article 50 (The Process by which the UK will leave the EU). "
He pointed Out an amendment tabled by Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn , to ensure MPs get a vote on Theresa May 's Deal by 27 February, makes no mention of a further referendum with the option of remaining in the EU.
"The idea that the Labour Party is not together and arguing against this disaster is, for me, entirely heartbreaking," he said.
Mrs May is continuing to try to get a Brexit Deal through Parliament, after MPs rejected it by a historic margin in January. The Prime Minister says she is seeking legally-binding changes to the controversial "backstop".What happens next?
The EU has continued to say it will not renegotiate the withdrawal agreement.