[S2M-2330] Decision Time — 23 Feb 2005 at 17:05

This looks like the vote on S2M-2330

The description in the bulletin on 2005-01-27 is:

* S2M-2330 Cathy Jamieson:International Organisations Bill - UK Legislation—That the Parliament recognises the need for the United Kingdom to implement the international obligations for which the International Organisations Bill makes provision, and agrees that those provisions in the Bill that fall within the legislative competence of the Scottish Parliament and have the effect of conferring functions on the Scottish ministers should be considered by the UK Parliament. Supported by: Hugh Henry*

The description in the bulletin on 2005-01-31 is:

S2M-2330 Cathy Jamieson: International Organisations Bill - UK Legislation—That the Parliament recognises the need for the United Kingdom to implement the international obligations for which the International Organisations Bill makes provision, and agrees that those provisions in the Bill that fall within the legislative competence of the Scottish Parliament and have the effect of conferring functions on the Scottish ministers should be considered by the UK Parliament. Supported by: Hugh Henry

The description in the bulletin on 2005-02-21 is:

S2M-2330 Cathy Jamieson: International Organisations Bill - UK Legislation—That the Parliament recognises the need for the United Kingdom to implement the international obligations for which the International Organisations Bill makes provision, and agrees that those provisions in the Bill that fall within the legislative competence of the Scottish Parliament and have the effect of conferring functions on the Scottish ministers should be considered by the UK Parliament. Supported by: Hugh Henry

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Text Introducing Division:

The third question is, that motion S2M-2330, in the name of Cathy Jamieson, on the International Organisations Bill, which is United Kingdom legislation, 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
Con14 0077.8%
Green7 00100.0%
Independent0 0240.0%
Lab44 0089.8%
LDem16 0094.1%
SNP21 0084.0%
SSP0 5083.3%
Total:102 5285.8%

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