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Marked Payment Methods Surcharges (Ban) Act 2016
#21
Aye
Diana Halifax
Minister of State for Employment 
Member of Parliament for Kensington
Conservative
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#22
Aye
Rt Hon Dr Daniel George Alexander MP | Conservative and Unionist Party, Tory Reform Group

Member of Parliament for Canterbury (2005 - Incumbent)
Former Leader of the House of Commons & Lord President of the Council
Former Government Chief Whip


Previously: "A nobody backbencher"
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#23
Aye
William Flanagan
Leader of the Labour Party
Shadow Secretary of State for Environment, Transport and Regions
MP for Scunthorpe 2010 - Present
Open Labour

Formerly 
Shadow Home Secretary 2016
Shadow Secretary of State for Public Services 2016


"We could manage to survive without money changers and stockbrokers. We should find it harder to do without miners, steel workers and those who cultivate the land." Aneurin Bevan

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#24
Aye
The Rt Hon. Amanda Folkestone, MP
Secretary of State for Public Services (2016-present)
Member of Parliament for Bath (2010-present)
Conservative and Unionist Party | Bow Group
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#25
Aye
Helen Drake MP
Cambridgeshire South
Chair, Treasury Select Committee
Independent/Conservative and Unionist Party

[Image: 0rgKiIS.png]

"Hell in Heels"
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#26
Aye.
Ralph Chester, Labour (Socialist Campaign Group)
Member of Parliament for Liverpool West Derby (2005-Present)
Shadow Secretary of State for Public Services (2016-Present)
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#27
Aye
Harry Newhurn
MP for Salford and Eccles (2010-Present)
Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer (2016-Present)
Member of the Socialist Campaign Group
Formerly Shadow Minister of State for Social Security (2016)

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#28
AYE.
Lincoln "Link" Pritchett MP
Chancellor of the Exchequer (2015 - Present)
Beckenham | Conservative Party | Bright Blue

Telegram: @AddieUSG
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#29
Aye
MP for Bristol West; Spokesperson for the Economy and Foreign Affairs

#ANARCHISE THE NATION

(In previous lives: violated a confidence and supply agreement, tried to fight a man on Eton's nine-hole golf course, released a leaflet torpedoing ones own party and was likened to an M&M shovelling money into a fireplace)
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#30
Aye
Brenda Davies, MP
Progressive Alliance | Great Grimsby (2001 - Present)
Spokesperson for Home Affairs and Public Services
Formerly Labour (2001 - 2016)
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#31
Aye
The Rt Hon Caroline Blakesley MP PC
Prime Minister & First Lord of the Treasury (2016-present)
MP for Cambridgeshire South East (2010-present)
Conservative Party | Tory Reform Group

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#32
Aye.
Rt. Hon. Edward Winter - Labour Party
MP for Luton North (2005 - Present)
Shadow Home Secretary (2016 - Present)
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#33
Aye
Tanner Vincent
MP for Cardiff North
Conservative and Unionist Party - Bright Blue Faction
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#34
Mr Speaker

As many as are of that opinion, say 'Aye'.

*shouts of Aye*

Of the contrary, 'No'.

*silence*

I think the Ayes have it. The Ayes have it.
Andy
Acting Head Admin
Speaker of the House of Commons
Advisor for the Labour Party, the Cabinet Office and the Home Office
Poll wrangler and election psephologist
Scandalmonger

I forget Andy has political opinions. I always just think of him as a Civil Servant in real life - Mac
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#35
Payment Method Surcharges (Ban) Act 2016
Issue profile: low (marks out of 20 momentum)


Who doesn't like reducing costs for customers? Daniel George Alexander is spoken about positively in the broadsheets that cover the new ban, for introducing the Bill and shepherding it through the Commons, answering MPs concerns, especially the reasoned and well set-out points made for Albion Stonewood. The newspapers expressed bemusement at the Labour frontbench's comments about EU regulations, with the Shadow Chancellor seemingly claiming that the ban isn't permitted under Single Market rules and the Leader of the Opposition seemingly claiming that the ban is required under the same rules. Whether this is reported as emblamatic of general British ignorance of EU competences or of specific ignorance among the Labour frontbench depends on the electorial slant of the paper.

Conservative: 17
Labour: 14
SNP: 0
Progressive Alliance: 0

Influence points awarded to:
Daniel George Alexander (x2) for introducing the Bill and guiding it through debate
Arthur Dandy-Douglas for raising reasoned concerns and getting an amendment accepted to resolve
Andy
Acting Head Admin
Speaker of the House of Commons
Advisor for the Labour Party, the Cabinet Office and the Home Office
Poll wrangler and election psephologist
Scandalmonger

I forget Andy has political opinions. I always just think of him as a Civil Servant in real life - Mac
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