Voting Record — Lord Paul (13603)
Note: our records only go back to 1997 for the Commons and 2001 for the Lords (more details).
|From||To||Party||Rebellions (explain...)||Attendance (explain...)||Teller|
|21 Oct 2010||still in office||Non-affiliated||2 votes out of 25, 8.0%||25 votes out of 1182, 2.1%||0 times|
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Votes in parliament for which this Lord's vote differed from the majority vote of their party (Rebel), or in which this Lord was a teller (Teller), or both (Rebel Teller).
|House||Date||Subject||Lord Paul||Non-affiliated Vote||Rôle|
|Lords||26 Apr 2016||Immigration Bill - Commons Reasons and Amendments||minority||no||Rebel|
|Lords||12 Jan 2016||Cities and Local Government Devolution Bill [HL] — Commons Amendments||minority||no||Rebel|
|15 Nov 2010||Stopped being Member, European Union Committee|
|1 Nov 2010||Stopped being Deputy Chairman of Committees,|
|House||Date||Subject||Lord Paul||Lab Vote||Rôle|
|2 Jun 2010||Became Deputy Chairman of Committees,|
|12 Nov 2009||Stopped being Member, Economic Affairs Committee|
|9 Dec 2008||Became Member, European Union Committee|
|30 Oct 2007||Stopped being Member, Science and Technology Committee (Lords)|
|6 Jun 2005||Became Member, Economic Affairs Committee|
|Lords||8 Mar 2005||Prevention of Terrorism Bill||Majority||no||Rebel|
|3 Dec 2003||Became Member, Science and Technology Committee (Lords)|
|20 Nov 2003||Stopped being Member, Economic Affairs Committee|
|Lords||23 Jul 2001||House of Lords' Offices: Select Committee Report||minority||no||Rebel|
|28 Jun 2001||Became Member, Economic Affairs Committee|
|11 May 2001||Stopped being Member, Monetary Policy Committee of the Bank of England|
|7 Dec 1998||Became Member, Monetary Policy Committee of the Bank of England|
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