Voting Record — Lord Boyd of Duncansby (13738)
Note: our records only go back to 1997 for the Commons and 2001 for the Lords (more details).
|From||To||Party||Rebellions (explain...)||Attendance (explain...)||Teller|
|29 Jun 2012||still in office||Non-affiliated||0 votes out of 0||0 votes out of 439, 0.0%||0 times|
|6 Oct 2006||28 Jun 2012||Lab||3 votes out of 398, 0.8%||398 votes out of 646, 61.6%||0 times|
|3 Jul 2006||5 Oct 2006||Crossbench||1 vote out of 2, 50.0%||2 votes out of 12, 16.7%||0 times|
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Votes in parliament for which this Lord's vote differed from the majority vote of their party (Rebel), or in which this Lord was a teller (Teller), or both (Rebel Teller).
|House||Date||Subject||Lord Boyd of Duncansby||Non-affiliated Vote||Rôle|
|no rebellions, never teller|
|House||Date||Subject||Lord Boyd of Duncansby||Lab Vote||Rôle|
|28 Jun 2012||Stopped being Member, EU Sub Committee E - Justice, Institutions and Consumer Protection|
|17 May 2012||Became Member, EU Sub Committee E - Justice, Institutions and Consumer Protection|
|16 May 2012||Stopped being Member, EU Sub-Committee E - Justice and Institutions|
|Lords||26 Mar 2012||Scotland Bill — Report (1st Day)||Majority||aye||Rebel|
|22 Jun 2010||Became Member, EU Sub-Committee E - Justice and Institutions|
|8 Apr 2010||Stopped being Member, Delegated Powers and Regulatory Reform Committee|
|Lords||13 Oct 2008||Counter-Terrorism Bill — No extension of period of detention beyond 28 days||Majority||no||Rebel|
|6 Jun 2007||Became Member, Delegated Powers and Regulatory Reform Committee|
|Lords||14 Mar 2007||House of Lords Reform — Fully Elected — rejected||minority||no||Rebel|
|House||Date||Subject||Lord Boyd of Duncansby||Crossbench Vote||Rôle|
|Lords||10 Jul 2006||Education (Northern Ireland) Order 2006 — rejected||Majority||aye||Rebel|
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