THE Prime Minister’s plan to save the stalled Rwanda deportation scheme has survived a vote in the House of Commons on its third reading.

The plan has divided the Conservatives, however, the unamended bill passed with 320 votes to 276 - majority of 44.

Its aim is to declare that the east African country is safe to deport asylum seekers to.

Only 11 Tory MPs voted against the bill, which included former home secretary Suella Braverman and two south Essex MPs.

Here’s how MPs in south Essex voted:

Mark Francois, Rayleigh and Wickford (CON): No

Anna Firth, Southend West (CON): Yes

Sir James Duddridge, Southend East and Rochford (CON): No

Stephen Metcalfe, south Basildon and east Thurrock (CON): Yes

John Baron, Basildon and Billericay (CON): Yes

Rebecca Harris, Castle Point (CON): Yes