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Recall of MPs Act 2002

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Recall of MPs Act 2002
#21
Aye
Elizabeth Tanner
Member of Parliament for
Camberwell and Peckham
First Secretary of State
Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs
Secretary of State for Infrastructure, Energy and the Environment
Labour Party


Former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom (2000-2001)
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#22
Aye
Member of the Conservative and Unionist Party
Deputy Leader of the Conservative Party (2001 - Present)
Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer (2001 - Present)
Member of Parliament for Beverley and Holderness (1997 - Present)
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#23
Aye!
Barbara Bond, Labour Party
Deputy Prime Minister
Leader of the House of Commons
Secretary of State for Public Services
Deputy Leader of the Labour Party
MP for Edinburgh North and Leith

“Without a revolutionary theory there cannot be a revolutionary movement.” - Lenin
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#24
Order!

The Ayes to the Right, 454.
The Noes to the Left, 105.

The Ayes have it, the Ayes have it! Unlock!

Breakdown (Aye/No/Abstain):
Labour: 197/69/96
Conservative: 182/35/0
Lib Dem: 50/0/0
UUP: 10/0/0
SNP: 6/0/0
Plaid: 3/0/0
SDLP: 3/0/0
Sinn Fein: 0/0/2
DUP: 2/0/0
UK Unionist: 0/1/0
Independent: 1/0/0
Speaker: 0/0/1
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#25
Labour: 5
 
Yeah, you guys didn’t really contribute – but when you did your points were reasonable enough, which means you don’t lag too much behind the Tories on the debate. But it would have been nice to have either seen: a. A unified message b. Some critiques or c. Some classic tribal party politics knocking the Tory division.
 
As I said, while division is usually bad, if a party’s main opposition is coming from within its own ranks that’s not a great sign.
 
Conservative: 7
 
Would have been higher if you weren’t ripping yourselves apart. But some clever political posturing and some really strong speeches all around mean this Parliamentary debate is a comfortable victory for you guys.
 
Influence Points Awarded to:
 
Lillian Nichols: For winning the debate on the pro-recall side by pointing out an obvious yet ignored fact which Saxon probably should’ve emphasised earlier.
 
Andrew Summer: Summer liked recall before it was cool. Summer is good at promoting recall. Summer gets an influence point.
 
Aubyn Myerscough: For leading the Opposition with a passionate and extremely well written speech – if not a little inaccurate, but hey, that’s politics.
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