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Voting Records

April 24, 2010

David Cameron-

* Voted strongly for laws to stop climate change.
* Voted very strongly against the hunting ban.
* Voted strongly against introducing ID cards.
* Voted a mixture of for and against a transparent Parliament.
* Voted moderately for equal gay rights.
* Voted strongly against introducing foundation hospitals.
* Voted strongly against Labour’s anti-terrorism laws.
* Voted moderately against introducing a smoking ban.
* Voted very strongly for the Iraq war.
* Voted strongly for an investigation into the Iraq war.
* Voted strongly against introducing student top-up fees.
* Voted moderately for greater autonomy for schools.
* Voted moderately against allowing ministers to intervene in inquests.
* Voted against removing hereditary peers from the House of Lords.
* Voted moderately for a wholly elected House of Lords.
* Voted very strongly for replacing Trident.

Gordon Brown-

  • Voted very strongly for the Iraq war.
  • Voted moderately against an investigation into the Iraq war.
  • Voted moderately for equal gay rights.
  • Voted a mixture of for and against a transparent Parliament.
  • Voted very strongly for replacing Trident.
  • Voted strongly for introducing student top-up fees.
  • Voted moderately for Labour’s anti-terrorism laws.
  • Voted strongly for introducing ID cards.
  • Voted very strongly for introducing foundation hospitals.
  • Has never voted on removing hereditary peers from the House of Lords.
  • Voted moderately for a wholly elected House of Lords.
  • Voted moderately for introducing a smoking ban.
  • Has never voted on laws to stop climate change.
  • Voted moderately for the hunting ban.
  • Voted moderately for allowing ministers to intervene in inquests.
  • Voted a mixture of for and against greater autonomy for schools.

Nick Clegg

How Nicholas Clegg voted on key issues since 2001:

  • Voted moderately against allowing ministers to intervene in inquests.
  • Voted very strongly for an investigation into the Iraq war.
  • Voted moderately for laws to stop climate change.
  • Voted very strongly against replacing Trident.
  • Voted a mixture of for and against a transparent Parliament.
  • Voted very strongly against Labour’s anti-terrorism laws.
  • Voted for removing hereditary peers from the House of Lords.
  • Voted strongly for a wholly elected House of Lords.
  • Voted moderately for introducing a smoking ban.
  • Voted very strongly against greater autonomy for schools.
  • Voted moderately for equal gay rights.
  • Voted moderately against introducing ID cards.
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One comment

  1. It’s an interesting list, though personally I’d have had a separate line (rather than hidden under anti-terrorism) for which way they voted regards “holding people in custody for 42 days without charge”

    Cameron: against
    Clegg: againt
    Brown: for

    I still can’t quite believe the way they voted on that one!



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