On 11th February 2019 the House of Lords considered House of Commons amendments to the Crime (Overseas Production Orders) Bill, at ping-pong.
Two bishops took part in a vote on an amendment from Lord Paddick that would oblige the Secretary of State to seek and secure a death penalty assurance in any future international treaty.
Lord Paddick moved amendment 13A, after clause 15, in line 19, after “sought” to insert “and received”.
The House divided:
Contents: 188 | Not Contents: 207 | Result: Government Win
The Bishop of Salisbury voted Content. The Bishop of Chester voted Not Content.