Voting Record — Ian Paisley Jnr MP, North Antrim (13852)
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|From||To||Party||Rebellions (explain...)||Attendance (explain...)||Teller|
|6 May 2010||still in office||DUP||2 votes out of 402, 0.5%||402 votes out of 1141, 35.2%||2 times|
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Votes in parliament for which this MP's vote differed from the majority vote of their party (Rebel), or in which this MP was a teller (Teller), or both (Rebel Teller).
|House||Date||Subject||Ian Paisley Jnr||DUP Vote||Rôle|
|Commons||13 May 2014||Consumer Rights Bill — New Clause 16 — Guidance on How the Law Applies to Ticket Resellers||Majority||unknown||Unknown|
|Commons||23 Oct 2013||Opposition Day — Northern Ireland — Abolition of Air Passenger Duty||tellaye||aye||Teller|
|Commons||4 Sep 2013||Opposition Day — Living Standards — Energy Prices and Profits||Majority||unknown||Unknown|
|Commons||24 Oct 2012||Draft Housing Benefit (Amendment) Regulations 2012 — Under Occupation Critera — Local Housing Allowance Rates||minority||unknown||Unknown|
|Commons||13 Oct 2011||Use of Hand-held Electronic Devices and Social Media in the Chamber (Backbench Business)||Majority||unknown||Unknown|
|Commons||29 Mar 2011||Budget Resolutions — 10. Alcoholic liquor duties (rates)||minority||aye||Rebel|
|Commons||18 Oct 2010||Parliamentary Voting System and Constituencies Bill — Clause 2 — Entitlement to vote in the referendum||minority||no||Rebel|
|Commons||13 Sep 2010||Fixed-term Parliaments Bill — Programme Motion||tellno||no||Teller|
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