Voting Record — Fiona Onasanya MP, Peterborough (25638)
Fiona Onasanya is currently Opposition Whip (Commons),
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|From||To||Party||Rebellions (explain...)||Attendance (explain...)||Teller|
|9 Jun 2017||still in office||Lab||2 votes out of 188, 1.1%||188 votes out of 232, 81.0%||3 times|
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Votes in parliament for which this MP's vote differed from the majority vote of their party (Rebel), or in which this MP was a teller (Teller), or both (Rebel Teller).
|House||Date||Subject||Fiona Onasanya||Lab Vote||Rôle|
|Commons||25 Jun 2018||National Policy Statement: Airports — Heathrow Northwest Runway||minority||aye||Rebel|
|Commons||15 Jun 2018||Mental Health Units (Use of Force) Bill — Training in Appropriate Use of Force — Role of the Police||both||no||Rebel|
|Commons||9 May 2018||NHS Bursaries — Student Loans — Nursing, Midwifery, Allied Health Professions and Dental Profession Subjects||tellaye||aye||Teller|
|Commons||9 May 2018||Data Protection Bill — Information Held for the Purposes of Maintaining Effective Immigration Control||tellaye||aye||Teller|
|Commons||9 May 2018||Data Protection Bill — New Clause 4 — Bill of Data Rights in the Digital Environment||tellaye||aye||Teller|
|5 Feb 2018||Stopped being Member, Housing, Communities and Local Government Committee|
|18 Jan 2018||Became Opposition Whip (Commons),|
|Commons||20 Nov 2017||Budget Resolution — Customs Duties — Goods from the European Union||Majority||aye||Rebel|
|11 Sep 2017||Became Member, Housing, Communities and Local Government Committee|
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