Votes: EU (Withdrawal) Bill

On 8th May 2018 the House of Lords considered amendments to the EU (Withdrawal) Bill at its Report Stage. The Bishops of Ely, Leeds and St Albans took part in the four votes:

The Lord Bishop of Leeds moved amendment 93, before clause 14, to insert the new clause Future interaction with the law and agencies of the EU.

Contents: 298 | Not Contents: 227 | Result: Government Defeat

The Bishops of Ely, Leeds and St Albans voted content. 


The Duke of Wellington moved amendment 85, in clause 14, page 10, line 40, to leave out from “means” to end of line 41 and insert “such day as a Minister of the Crown may by regulations appoint (and see subsection (2));”. 

Contents: 311 | Not Contents: 233 | Result: Government Defeat

The Bishops of Leeds and St Albans voted content. 


Lord Alli moved amendment 110A, in clause 19, page 15, line 21, at end to insert:

“(2B) But none of the remaining provisions may come into force until it is a negotiating objective of the Government to ensure that an international agreement has been made which enables the United Kingdom to continue to participate in the European Economic Area after exit day.

(2C) Regulations under this Act may not repeal or amend subsection (2B).”

Contents: 247 | Not Contents: 218 | Result: Government Defeat

The Bishops of Ely and Leeds voted content.


Lord Lisvane moved amendment 70, in Schedule 7, page 44, line 35, to leave out from beginning to end of line 20 on page 45 and insert:

Parliamentary committees to sift regulations made under section 7, 8, 9 or 17.

Contents: 225 | Not Contents: 194 | Result: Government Defeat

The Bishop of Leeds voted content. 

(Via Parliament.uk)