Counting votes on your behalf

Find out how your MP votes on the issues you care about.

Your MP votes on changes to British law on your behalf. When parliament is in session, they may do this a dozen times a week.

In order to know whether your MP is representing your views on the issues, you need to know how they’ve voted.

The Public Whip lets you see all their votes so you can hold them to account.

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