Rebel MPs? Douglas Carswell, Margaret Hodge and Robert Halfon

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Political rebels have always attracted attention - even if those who gain the tag do not want it - and a Westminster website has analysed this parliament's MPs who do not always toe the party line.

Giles Dilnot took to the streets to see how the so-called rebel see themselves.

He found Conservative Douglas Carswell rejected the tag, Robert Halfon owned up to being a nuisance, and Margaret Hodge admitted to saying things she should not have done.

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