[S1M-1618] Decision Time — 7 Feb 2001 at 17:00

This looks like the vote on S1M-1618

The description in the bulletin on 2001-02-02 is:

*S1M-1618 Mr Jim Wallace: Criminal Justice and Police Bill—That the Parliament notes the provisions on information disclosure for criminal proceedings and powers of seizure contained in Parts II and III of the Criminal Justice and Police Bill currently before the UK Parliament; recognises the practical value of consistency across the United Kingdom for information disclosure for criminal investigation, and for powers of seizure as they relate to certain United Kingdom bodies and local authority officials, and agrees that the relevant provisions to achieve this end in this Bill should be considered by the UK Parliament; further notes that the Bill allows certain warrants issued in England and Wales to be executed in Scotland, recognises the importance of mutual execution of warrants for law enforcement, and agrees that the relevant provision to achieve this end in this Bill should be considered by the UK Parliament. Supported by: Iain Gray*

The description in the bulletin on 2001-02-05 is:

S1M-1618 Mr Jim Wallace: Criminal Justice and Police Bill—That the Parliament notes the provisions on information disclosure for criminal proceedings and powers of seizure contained in Parts II and III of the Criminal Justice and Police Bill currently before the UK Parliament; recognises the practical value of consistency across the United Kingdom for information disclosure for criminal investigation, and for powers of seizure as they relate to certain United Kingdom bodies and local authority officials, and agrees that the relevant provisions to achieve this end in this Bill should be considered by the UK Parliament; further notes that the Bill allows certain warrants issued in England and Wales to be executed in Scotland, recognises the importance of mutual execution of warrants for law enforcement, and agrees that the relevant provision to achieve this end in this Bill should be considered by the UK Parliament. Supported by: Iain Gray

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Text Introducing Division:

The second question is, that motion S1M-1618, in the name of Mr Jim Wallace, on the Criminal Justice and Police Bill, be agreed to. Are we agreed?

No.

There will be a division.

Debate in Parliament | Historical Hansard | Source |

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Party Summary

Votes by party, red entries are votes against the majority for that party.

What is Turnout? This is measured against the total membership of the party at the time of the vote.

PartyMajority (Aye)Minority (No)AbstentionsTurnout
Con16 0084.2%
Independent0 0266.7%
Lab46 0083.6%
LDem14 0087.5%
SNP0 02987.9%
SSP0 01100.0%
Total:76 03285.0%

Rebel Voters - sorted by party

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NameConstituencyPartyVote
no rebellions

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