MPs approve terrorism legislation

THE Government won the Commons vote last night on terrorism legislation by 315 votes to 306. The region's MPs voted as follows:For: Bob Blizzard (Labour, Waveney), Chris Mole (Labour, Ipswich), Bill Rammell (Labour, Harlow), Dr Bob Spink (UK Independence Party, Castle Point), Angela Smith (Labour, Basildon)Against: David Amess (Con, Southend West), Simon Burns (Con, Chelmsford West), Douglas Carswell (Con, Harwich), James Duddridge (Con, Rochford & Southend East), John Gummer (Con, Suffolk Coastal), Bernard Jenkin (Con, Essex North), Eleanor Laing (Con, Epping Forest), Andrew Mackinlay (Labour, Thurrock), Brooks Newmark (Con, Braintree) Eric P

Graham Dines

THE Government won the Commons vote last night on terrorism legislation by 315 votes to 306. The region's MPs voted as follows:

For: Bob Blizzard (Labour, Waveney), Chris Mole (Labour, Ipswich), Bill Rammell (Labour, Harlow), Dr Bob Spink (UK Independence Party, Castle Point), Angela Smith (Labour, Basildon)

Against: David Amess (Con, Southend West), Simon Burns (Con, Chelmsford West), Douglas Carswell (Con, Harwich), James Duddridge (Con, Rochford & Southend East), John Gummer (Con, Suffolk Coastal), Bernard Jenkin (Con, Essex North), Eleanor Laing (Con, Epping Forest), Andrew Mackinlay (Labour, Thurrock), Brooks Newmark (Con, Braintree) Eric Pickles (Con, Brentwood & Ongar), David Ruffley (Con, Bury St Edmunds), Bob Russell (Lib Dem, Colchester), Richard Spring (Con, Suffolk West), John Whittingdale (Con, Maldon and Chelmsford East), Tim Yeo (Con, Suffolk South).


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By convention the Speaker and his deputies do not vote: Sir Alan Haselhurst (Con, Saffron Walden), Sir Michael Lord (Con, Suffolk Central & Ipswich North).

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