Policy #6716: "Employee Shareholder Status"

This is the votes by vote definition of Public Whip policy #6716: "Employee Shareholder Status". You may want to read an introduction to policies, or read more about Public Whip.

Someone who believes that Employers ought be permitted not to extend certain employment rights to those with employee shareholders status. would have voted like this...

HouseDateSubjectPolicy vote
Commons5 Nov 2012Growth and Infrastructure Bill — Second Reading Majority (strong)
Commons17 Dec 2012Growth and Infrastructure Bill — Clause 25 — Employee Shareholder Status — Exemption from Certain Statutory Employment Rights Majority (strong)
Commons17 Dec 2012Growth and Infrastructure Bill — Third Reading Majority (strong)
Commons25 Mar 2013Budget Resolution — 31 — Employee Shareholder Scheme Tax Exemptions abstain
Commons16 Apr 2013Growth and Infrastructure Bill — Employee Shareholder Status Majority (strong)
Commons23 Apr 2013Growth and Infrastructure Bill — Employee Shareholder Status — Exemption from Certain Statutory Employment Rights Majority (strong)
Commons25 Apr 2013Growth and Infrastructure Bill — Employee Shareholder Scheme Safeguards abstain
Commons1 Jul 2014Finance Bill — New Clause 11 — Report on Impact on Tax Revenues of Introducing Employee Shareholder Status abstain

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