Who has voted YES?

April 8, 2010

This is a list of MPs that have voted in favour to the question “That the Bill be now read the Third time”, which caused a division.

There were a total of 189 Ayes and 47 Noes, resulting in “Bill read the Third time and passed, with amendments”. It thereby concluded the House proceedings for the Bill, and was awaiting Royal Assent (granted on April 8th 2010).

The vote distribution was as following:

Google Chart

Conservative

Name Contact Website
Adam Afriyie Contact Website
Mr Edward Vaizey Contact Website
Mr Jeremy Hunt Contact Website
Mr John Hayes Contact

Labour

Name Contact Website
Alan Keen Contact Website
Albert Owen Contact Website
Alison Seabeck Contact Website
Andrew Mackinlay Contact Website
Andrew Miller Contact Website
Angela Eagle Contact Website
Ann Coffey Contact Website
Ann Keen Contact Website
Ann McKechin Contact Website
Barbara Follett Contact Website
Barry Gardiner Contact Website
Ben Chapman Contact Website
Bridget Prentice Contact Website
Chris Bryant Contact Website
Chris Mole Contact Website
Clive Efford Contact Website
Dan Norris Contact Website
David Cairns Contact Website
David Lepper Contact Website
David Wright Contact Website
Derek Wyatt Contact Website
Dr Alan Whitehead Contact Website
Dr Brian Iddon Contact Website
Dr Doug Naysmith Contact Website
Dr Howard Stoate Contact Website
Dr Hywel Francis Contact Website
Dr Roger Berry Contact Website
Dr Stephen Ladyman Contact Website
Dr Tony Wright Contact Website
Gillian Merron Contact Website
Glenda Jackson Contact Website
Harry Cohen Contact Website
Helen Goodman Contact Website
Helen Jones Contact Website
Hugh Bayley Contact Website
Huw Irranca-Davies Contact Website
Ian Lucas Contact Website
Ian Pearson Contact Website
Ian Stewart Contact
Jessica Morden Contact Website
Jim Dobbin Contact
Jim Fitzpatrick Contact Website
Jim Sheridan Contact Website
Joan Ruddock Contact Website
John Mann Contact Website
John McDonnell Contact Website
John Robertson Contact Website
Jon Trickett Contact Website
Kali Mountford Contact Website
Kelvin Hopkins Contact Website
Kerry McCarthy (Teller) Contact Website
Kevin Brennan Contact Website
Kitty Ussher Contact Website
Laura Moffatt Contact Website
Linda Gilroy Contact Website
Liz Blackman Contact Website
Lyn Brown (Teller) Contact Website
Maria Eagle Contact
Mark Tami Contact Website
Martin Linton Contact Website
Martin Salter Contact Website
Mary Creagh Contact Website
Meg Hillier Contact Website
Meg Munn Contact Website
Michael Connarty Contact Website
Michael Jabez Foster Contact Website
Mike Gapes Contact Website
Mr Adrian Bailey Contact Website
Mr Alan Campbell Contact Website
Mr Bob Blizzard Contact Website
Mr Bob Laxton Contact Website
Mr Chris Mullin Website
Mr Clive Betts Contact Website
Mr Dai Havard Contact Website
Mr Dave Watts Contact
Mr David Anderson Contact Website
Mr David Clelland Contact Website
Mr David Hamilton Contact Website
Mr David Kidney Contact Website
Mr David Winnick Contact Website
Mr Dennis Skinner Contact
Mr Doug Henderson Contact Website
Mr Edward O’Hara Contact
Mr Eric Illsley Contact Website
Mr Frank Doran Contact Website
Mr Fraser Kemp Contact
Mr Gareth Thomas Contact Website
Mr George Mudie Contact
Mr Gerry Sutcliffe Contact Website
Mr Graham Allen Website
Mr Greg Pope Contact Website
Mr Iain Wright Contact Website
Mr Ian Austin Contact Website
Mr Ian Cawsey Contact Website
Mr Ian Davidson Contact Website
Mr Ivan Lewis Contact Website
Mr Jamie Reed Contact
Mr Jim Cunningham Contact Website
Mr Joe Benton Contact Website
Mr Ken Purchase Contact Website
Mr Kevan Jones Contact Website
Mr Mark Hendrick Contact Website
Mr Martyn Jones Contact Website
Mr Michael Clapham Contact Website
Mr Michael Foster Contact Website
Mr Mike Hall Contact Website
Mr Phil Woolas Contact Website
Mr Quentin Davies Contact Website
Mrs Ann Cryer Contact Website
Mrs Betty Williams Contact Website
Mr Siôn Simon Contact Website
Mrs Janet Dean Contact Website
Mrs Joan Humble Contact Website
Mrs Louise Ellman Contact Website
Mrs Sharon Hodgson Contact Website
Mrs Siân C. James Contact Website
Mr Vernon Coaker Contact Website
Mr William Bain Contact Website
Ms Angela C. Smith Contact Website
Ms Barbara Keeley Contact Website
Ms Dawn Butler Contact Website
Ms Diana R. Johnson Contact Website
Ms Karen Buck Contact Website
Paul Clark Contact Website
Phil Hope Contact Website
Phil Wilson Contact Website
Rosie Cooper Contact Website
Rt Hon Adam Ingram Contact
Rt Hon Alan Johnson Contact Website
Rt Hon Alan Milburn Contact Website
Rt Hon Alan Williams Contact
Rt Hon Alun Michael Contact Website
Rt Hon Angela E. Smith Contact Website
Rt Hon Ann Clwyd Contact
Rt Hon Ben Bradshaw Contact Website
Rt Hon Bruce George Contact Website
Rt Hon Caroline Flint Contact Website
Rt Hon Charles Clarke Contact Website
Rt Hon David Hanson Contact Website
Rt Hon David Lammy Contact Website
Rt Hon Dawn Primarolo Contact Website
Rt Hon Denis MacShane Contact Website
Rt Hon Des Browne Contact Website
Rt Hon Don Touhig Contact Website
Rt Hon Douglas Alexander Contact Website
Rt Hon Frank Dobson Contact Website
Rt Hon Gavin Strang Contact Website
Rt Hon Geoffrey Hoon Contact Website
Rt Hon Harriet Harman QC Contact Website
Rt Hon Jack Straw Contact Website
Rt Hon James Purnell Contact Website
Rt Hon John Battle Contact Website
Rt Hon John Healey Contact Website
Rt Hon John Hutton Contact Website
Rt Hon John McFall Contact Website
Rt Hon John Reid Contact Website
Rt Hon John Spellar Contact Website
Rt Hon Keith Hill Contact Website
Rt Hon Kevin Barron Contact Website
Rt Hon Liam Byrne Contact Website
Rt Hon Malcolm Wicks Contact Website
Rt Hon Margaret Beckett
Rt Hon Michael Wills Contact Website
Rt Hon Mike O’Brien Contact Website
Rt Hon Nicholas Brown Contact Website
Rt Hon Nick Raynsford Contact Website
Rt Hon Pat McFadden Contact Website
Rt Hon Paul Goggins Contact Website
Rt Hon Richard Caborn Contact
Rt Hon Rosie Winterton Contact Website
Rt Hon Ruth Kelly Contact Website
Rt Hon Sadiq Khan Contact Website
Rt Hon Shaun Woodward Contact Website
Rt Hon Stephen Timms Contact Website
Rt Hon Tessa Jowell Contact Website
Rt Hon Thomas McAvoy Contact Website
Rt Hon Tony McNulty Contact
Rt Hon Yvette Cooper Contact Website
Sandra Osborne Contact Website
Sarah McCarthy-Fry Contact Website
Stephen Hesford Contact Website
Stephen McCabe Contact Website
Tom Levitt Contact Website
Tony Cunningham Contact Website
Vera Baird QC Contact Website
Virendra Sharma Contact Website

SNP

Name Contact Website
Stewart Hosie Contact Website

.

Source: Hansard, http://www.publications.parliament.uk/pa/cm200910/cmhansrd/cm100407/debtext/100407-0032.htm – Parliamentary material is reproduced with the permission of the Controller of HMSO on behalf of Parliament.

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18 Responses to “Who has voted YES?”

  1. Tim Says:

    Glad my MP David Liddington isn’t on the list… He’d have known my displeasure if he had been !

  2. frank Says:

    what a list of cunts

  3. Ben Says:

    Very disappointed to see my MP’s name on that list, my vote will now be going elsewhere.


  4. Social comments and analytics for this post…

    This post was mentioned on Twitter by martynparker: RT @liamgh List of MPs who voted yes to the #debill: http://is.gd/bjFZ2 Remember what they have done when you go to the ballot box….

  5. maxeh Says:

    Will this be updated to show the relevant party split like the No vote page?

  6. Matthew Says:

    It’s not there yet, but it presumably will be soon, http://www.publicwhip.org.uk/divisions.php will automatically show you the divisions from yesterday, split by party, who voted how precisely, etc. – to save you having to do any more manual labour and let you get some sleep 🙂

  7. Sneckster Says:

    Not shocked Gillian Merron is there, she will vote for anything her cronies are going for if it helps her be in with the crowd.

  8. Aaron Savage Says:

    Emily Thornberry is my MP. I wrote to her requesting that she vote against the DE bill. She neither responded to my letter or turned up on the night. I’ve cycled from Islington to Westminster within 20 minutes so I don’t think she can claim that she couldn’t get there from her constituency.

    I watched the proceedings on TV. Funny, I have never watched parliament before. The whole thing was completely cynical. Very few in the chamber to debate it, but the whips went round and suddenly there are 150 odd voting for it. They must think we are stupid, but they are the stupid ones for thinking that.

    My MP is defending a majority of 484 in Islington South and Finsbury. As of this morning I met with her closest rival, Bridget Fox of the Lib Dems and now Ms Thornberry has a 482 majority. I think it’s time for Ms Thornberry to dust the wig off and go back to practicing law.

    Incidentally Ms Fox was very vocal in her opposition to the bill and had something (she doesn’t claim full credit) to do with the stand that the Lib Dems took against it in the chamber. If you are annoyed in Islington why not show it by showing Ms Thornberry how to vote, something she has seemingly forgotten.

    • Brett Says:

      Make that a 481 majority. I’m voting (for the first time in the UK) for Bridget Fox mainly because of this issue. It’s so important for freedom, privacy and innovation that it beats all other issues for me.

  9. Paul Skinner Says:



    Pie charts of how the 3 main parties voted (or didn’t).
    I release these images under Creative Commons license of course.

  10. kennyevil Says:

    While Stephen Williams name isn’t on this list, the fact that it also isn’t on the no list is bitterly disappointing as it means that he was one of the many MPs who didn’t bother to even turn up.

    Chris

  11. iamsuperzman Says:

    @kennyevil All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing.


  12. @Myatu

    You’ve done an amazing amount of work on these breakdowns. Bravo.

    I realize that almost everyone reading these articles etc. is opposed to DEBill.

    It’s great to deploy your own votes, but a key problem is that most people do not understand what this means. They think this is a law and order thing that will get rid of nasty pirates.

    They don’t know that DEBill is the tossing out democratic legal protections like innocent until proven guilty and introducing Punishment based on unsubstantiated allegations.

    Try to explain this to people who don’t understand the tech issues. Your government believes that the tech people are a tiny minority, and that they can afford to dismiss your valid concerns.

    Good luck!

  13. John (aka Breezer) Says:

    I heard a comment somewhere that was claiming the law, because of the issues discussed above, is against the magna carta and other basic rights; hence ought to be able to be thrown out as an unfair law. Think it was the “Vote now” podcast from the radio 4 show a couple of weeks ago. I wholeheartedly agree, even if that isn’t quite the level of action that can be taken against it.

    None the less, after those pie charts and everything else I’ve not yet seen anything to persuade me to vote any differently than I did in the last election; as I’ve moved since then, my constituency’s L.D. candidate will appreciate the vote even more now as its a close fight between them and Labour (Lambeth)


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