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Here's a look at the pilots in contention for the 2013-14 television season, which will be updating throughout pilot and casting season, so be sure to bookmark the page and come back for the latest news.

(Note: Not included here are projects that already have landed series commitments and are set for summer, including CBS' adaptation of Stephen King's 's Maggie Lawson), a recently divorced, single mother, temporarily moves in with her estranged father (James Caan), a beer swilling former baseball player, she reluctantly starts coaching her son's (Griffin Gluck) underdog little league team and is drawn back into the world of sports she vowed to leave behind.

But he acknowledged voting against the majority view of his constituents could cost him his job.

Graham Allen (Labour, Nottingham North)Chris Bryant (Labour, Rhondda)Ann Clwyd (Labour, Cynon Valley)Mary Creagh (Labour, Wakefield)Paul Farrelly (Labour, Newcastle-Under-Lyme)Catherine Mc Kinnell (Labour, Newcastle upon Tyne North)Dr Alan Whitehead (Labour, Southampton, Test)Tom Brake (Lib Dem, Carshalton and Wallington)Eilidh Whiteford (SNP, Banff and Buchan) He said: 'In the end there is no point in any single one of us being a member of this House if we don't have things that we believe in and that we are prepared to fight for and, if necessary, lay down our job for.'Some 61 per cent of Mr Bryant's Rhondda constituency backed Brexit, according to calculations by University of East Anglia researcher Chris Hanretty.

Former frontbencher Mary Creagh said she could no more vote against EU membership than she could vote against her 'own DNA'.

Following a development season high on semi-autobiograpical fare, pilot season has continued that trend with several projects based on the lives of its creators.

Elsewhere, established showrunners including Chuck Lorre (duo Mike Schur and Dan Goor to spice up its comedy offerings with a cop sitcom starring Andy Samberg.

These are a few of the highlights of Pilot Season 2013, where ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox and The CW sift through the numerous development projects and move forward in a bid to find the next breakout comedies and dramas.

In an extraordinary speech confirming he would oppose the Bill, backbencher Chris Bryant insisted he was a 'democrat' but would be siding with the 'minority'.

'I am a democrat but I believe in the form of democracy that never silences minorities and I think the 48 per cent in this country have a right to a voice and for that matter the 46 per cent or the 45 per cent or whatever the actual figure was in my constituency.'Today I'm afraid I am voting and speaking on behalf of a minority of my constituents.'He warned the Government's Brexit plans would do 'untold damage' to his constituents and make the UK 'poorer' and 'weaker'.