Policy #6717: "Referendums for Directly Elected City Mayors"

This is the votes by vote definition of Public Whip policy #6717: "Referendums for Directly Elected City Mayors". You may want to read an introduction to policies, or read more about Public Whip.

Someone who believes that Referendums should be held so residents of cities can decide if they want a powerful, directly elected, mayor. would have voted like this...

HouseDateSubjectPolicy vote
Commons18 May 2011Localism Bill — Third Reading Majority (strong)
Commons25 Jan 2012Draft City of Birmingham (Mayoral Referendum) Order 2012 — May 2012 Referendum on a Directly Elected Mayor Majority (strong)
Commons25 Jan 2012Draft City of Bradford (Mayoral Referendum) Order 2012 — May 2012 Referendum on a Directly Elected Mayor Majority (strong)
Commons1 Feb 2012Draft City of Liverpool (Mayoral Referendum) Order 2012 — 3 May 2012 Referendum on a Directly Elected Mayor Majority (strong)
Commons1 Feb 2012Draft City of Nottingham (Mayoral Referendum) Order 2012 — May 2012 Referendum on a Directly Elected Mayor Majority (strong)
Commons1 Feb 2012Draft City of Leeds (Mayoral Referendum) Order 2012 — May 2012 Referendum on a Directly Elected Mayor Majority (strong)
Commons1 Feb 2012Draft City of Bristol (Mayoral Referendum) Order 2012 — May 2012 Referendum on a Directly Elected Mayor Majority (strong)
Commons8 Feb 2012Draft City of Manchester (Mayoral Referendum) Order 2012 — May 2012 Referendum on a Directly Elected Mayor Majority (strong)
Commons8 Feb 2012Draft City of Newcastle-upon-Tyne (Mayoral Referendum) Order 2012 — May 2012 Referendum on a Directly Elected Mayor Majority (strong)
Commons8 Feb 2012Draft City of Sheffield (Mayoral Referendum) Order 2012 — May 2012 Referendum on a Directly Elected Mayor Majority (strong)
Commons8 Feb 2012Draft City of Coventry (Mayoral Referendum) Order 2012 — May 2012 Referendum on a Directly Elected Mayor Majority (strong)
Commons8 Feb 2012Draft City of Wakefield (Mayoral Referendum) Order 2012 — May 2012 Referendum on a Directly Elected Mayor Majority (strong)

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