Votes: EU (Notification of Withdrawal) Bill – ping pong

On 7th March 2017 the House of Lords considered the Government’s EU (Notification of Withdrawal) Bill at Report. A vote was held on an amendment from Liberal Democrat Peer Lord Newby to hold a second referendum on the outcome of Brexit negotiations . Seven Lords Spiritual took part. 

On 13th March 2017, the House of Lords considered the Government’s EU (Notification of Withdrawal) Bill during ping pong, after the Commons had refused to accept amendments from the House of Lords. A vote was held on two amendments tabled by the Liberal Democrats to reinstate previously accepted amendments on the status of EU nationals and on parliamentary scrutiny. Five Lords Spiritual took part. 


Lord Oates moved Motion A1, as an amendment to Motion A:

“to leave out from “House” to end and insert “do insist on its Amendment 1”.”

Lords No Division Lobby

Contents: 135 | Not Contents: 274| Result: Government Win

The Archbishop of York and the Bishops of St Albans and Chester voted Not Content. No bishop voted Content.

Via Parliament.uk


Baroness Ludford moved Motion B1, as an amendment to Motion B:

“to leave out from “House” to end and insert “do insist on its Amendment 2”.”

Newcastle 1The House divided.

Contents: 118| Not Contents: 274| Result: Government Win

The Archbishop of York and the Bishops of Durham, Southwark and Chester voted Not Content. No bishop voted Content.

Via Parliament.uk