Only 13 MPs voted against the decision to deploy military forces in Libya, when the Commons debated the crisis earlier this week.
They included Roger Godsiff (Lab Hall Green), who was the only West Midlands MP to vote against the Government. David Winnick (Lab Walsall North) also opposes the Libyan intervention, but abstained in the vote.
I've previously written about Mr Godsiff's reasons for voting as he did, based on a telephone conversation with him.
He's now issued a detailed statement explaining "Why I Voted 'No' to the 'no fly zone' over Libya" in his own words.