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M-1: Emergency Budget

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M-1: Emergency Budget
#21
Noe!
Labour MP for Hampstead and Highgate (1992-Present)
Home Secretary (2000-2001)

(In a previous life, violated a confidence and supply agreement, tried to fight a man on Eton's nine-hole golf course and released a leaflet torpedoing his own party)

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#22
Aye.
Peter Edward James Edgecomb BA, MEcon
Member of Parliament | Sutton Coldfield
Conservative and Unionist Party
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#23
Noe
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#24
Noe
MP for Cambridge (1992 - )
Secretary of State for Education
Labour
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#25
Noe
Elizabeth Tanner
Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Member of Parliament for Camberwell and Peckham
Leader of the Labour Party
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#26
Noe
Rt. Hon. Sean Manning MP

Chancellor of the Exchequer (2000 - )
Labour MP for Bristol East (1992 - )
Chief Secretary to the Treasury (1997 - 2000)
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#27
Aye!
Rt. Hon. Andrew Summer - Conservative and Unionist Party
Member of Parliament for Ashford (1987 - Present)

Shadow Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs and Defence (2001 - Present)
Chairman of the Conservative Party (2001 - Present)
Chair of the Home Affairs Select Committee (2000 - 2001)
Secretary of State for National Heritage (1995 - 1997)
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#28
Aye
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#29
Aye
Conservative and Unionist Party MP For Sevenoaks
 

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#30
Aye
The Rt. Hon. Cyril Kos, QC MP
Deputy Leader of the Conservative Party (2000-Present)
Shadow Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government (2000-Present)
MP for Kensington and Chelsea (1997-Present, previously MP for Kensington)
Chair, Justice Select Committee (1998-2000)
Chief Secretary to the Treasury (1994-1996)
Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster (1996-1997)
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#31
Aye
Martin P-A. J. de la Wantzenau
Member of Parliament for Bromley and Chiselhurst (1997 - )
Conservative and Unionist Party
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#32
Noe.
Rt. Hon. Callum Finch MP | Labour Party
Member of Parliament for Burton (1992-present)
Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Leader of the Labour Party


Secretary of State for Defence (2000-2001)
Government Chief Whip & Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasury (2000-2001)
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#33
Aye
the Rt Hon. Angus "Gus" Quigley MP | Conservative MP for Crosby (1992-present)
Opposition Chief Whip (2000-) and Shadow Infrastructure and Transport Secretary (2000-)
Shadow Minister for Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (1999-2000)

"Get Netflix at the PM's Office."
- Sybrand Buma, when asked what his first act as Prime Minister of the Netherlands would be.
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#34
Aye
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#35
Order!

The Ayes to the right: 240.
The Noes to the left: 416

The Noes have it, the Noes have it! Unlock!

Breakdown: (Aye/Noe/Abstain):
Labour: 0/363/0
Conservative: 216/0/0
Liberal Democrat: 0/50/0
UUP: 10/0/0
SNP: 6/0/0
Plaid: 3/0/0
SDLP: 0/3/0
Sinn Fein: 0/0/2
DUP: 2/0/0
UK Unionist: 1/0/0
Independent: 1/0/0
Speaker: 0/0/1
Head Admin.
Admin Responsible for the Houses of Parliament. (Also Cabinet&PM stuff).
Conservative Party advisor.

“In politics, guts is all.” - Barbara Castle.


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