Votes: Policing and Crime Bill

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On 12th December 2016 four bishops took part in three votes on amendments to the Government’s Policing and Crime Bill at its Report Stage in the House of Lords.

House of Lords Division Lobby

House of Lords Division Lobby

Lord Paddick moved amendment 187, after clause 152, to insert the new clause Pre-charge anonymity. The House divided:

Contents: 113 | Not Contents: 236 | Result: Government Win

The Bishops of Chester, Peterborough and St Albans voted content.


Baroness Royall of Blaisdon moved amendment 187A, after clause 152, to insert the new clause Sentencing for stalking offences. The House divided:

Contents: 160 | Not Contents: 149 | Result: Government Defeat

The Bishops of Peterborough and St Albans voted content.


Baroness Brinton moved amendment 188, after clause 155, to insert the new clause Police observance of the Victims’ Code: enforcement. The House divided:

Contents: 136 | Not Contents: 130 | Result: Government Defeat

The Bishops of Portsmouth and St Albans voted content.