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European Monetary Union (Referendum) Bill

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European Monetary Union (Referendum) Bill
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Aye.
Aaron Pitt MP
North West Durham (1992 - Present)
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#22
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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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#23
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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, 636.
The Noes to the Left, 3.
The Ayes have it, the Ayes have it! Unlock!

Breakdown (Yes/No/Abstain):
Labour: 363/0/0
Conservative: 201/0/16
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: 0/2/0
UK Unionist: 0/1/0
Independent: 1/0/0
Speaker: 0/0/1
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Labour: 7.5
 
Labour get brownie points for putting out a bill that weirdly most Eurosceptics and most Europhiles could probably get behind, it gives them brownie points with the public without aggravating the public divide both in and out of their party – for now. The contributions in support were good and the Chancellor gets props for effectively engaging with the Opposition.
 
Conservative: 5
 
Probably would’ve been higher had your backbenchers not poked so much fun and had your leader not had a bit of an embarrassing slip up in his questioning – but the Tories took a good line here, and responded as they should have and have failed to do in the past: given a sensible position, questioned the government on the more practical details and held the government to account.
 
Influence Points Awarded to:
 
Alwyn Thomas – For proposing the bill and really effectively engaging with any questions and critiques.
 
Harold Saxon – For probably making the right move strategically – however, make sure you read (listen) to the whole speech next time.
 
Aubyn Myerscough – For shading your own side. For being a good pro euro cheerleader. For being a good, engaged backbencher.
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