Dr Peter Brand

Former Liberal Democrat MP for Isle of Wight

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11th May to 2nd June 2020

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2nd to 9th June 2020

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10th June 2020 onwards

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8 Feb 2001

  • On 8 Feb 2001: Dr Peter Brand voted no on Adults Abused in Childhood — Clause 59 - Control of patient information Show vote
  • On 8 Feb 2001: Dr Peter Brand voted yes on Adults Abused in Childhood — Clause 59 - Control of patient information Show vote
  • On 8 Feb 2001: Dr Peter Brand voted yes on Adults Abused in Childhood — Clause 59 - Control of patient information Show vote

6 Feb 2001

  • On 6 Feb 2001: Dr Peter Brand voted yes on Adults Abused in Childhood — [Continuation from column 434] Show vote
  • On 6 Feb 2001: Dr Peter Brand voted yes on Adults Abused in Childhood — [Continuation from column 434] Show vote
  • On 6 Feb 2001: Dr Peter Brand voted yes on Adults Abused in Childhood — Clause 46 - Care Trusts where directed partnership arrangements Show vote

30 Jan 2001

  • On 30 Jan 2001: Dr Peter Brand voted no on Adults Abused in Childhood — Clause 15 - Power to abolish community health councils in wales Show vote
  • On 30 Jan 2001: Dr Peter Brand voted no on Adults Abused in Childhood — Clause 14 - Abolition of community health councils in england Show vote
  • On 30 Jan 2001: Dr Peter Brand voted yes on Adults Abused in Childhood — Clause 14 - Abolition of community health councils in england Show vote

18 Jan 2001

  • On 18 Jan 2001: Dr Peter Brand voted yes on Adults Abused in Childhood — TABLE
    SittingProceedingsTime for conclusion of proceedings
    1stClause 1 and Clauses 17 and 185 p.m.
    2ndClause 16 and Clauses 2 to 6
    3rdClause 16 and Clauses 2 to 6 (so far as not previously concluded)10 p.m.
    4thClauses 19 to 28
    5thClauses 19 to 28 (so far as not previously concluded)5 p.m.
    6thClauses 14 and 15, Clauses 7 and 8, Schedule 1, Clauses 9 to 13
    7thClauses 24 and 15, Clauses 7 and 8, Schedule 1, Clauses 9 to 13 (so far as not previously concluded)10 p.m.
    8thClauses 29 and 30, Schedule 2, Clauses 31 to 40, Schedule 3, Clause 41, Clause 69, Clauses 42 to 44
    9thClauses 29 and 30, Schedule 2, Clauses 31 to 40, Schedule 3, Clause 41, Clause 60, Clauses 42 to 44 (so far as not previously concluded)5 p.m.
    10thClauses 45 to 58
    11thClauses 45 to 58 (so far as not previously concluded)10 p.m.
    12thClause 59, Clauses 61 to 66, Schedules 4 and 5, new Clauses and new Schedules
    13thClause 59, Clauses 61 to 66, Schedules 4 and 5, new Clauses and new Schedules (so far as not previously concluded)5 p.m.
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  • On 18 Jan 2001: Dr Peter Brand voted yes on Adults Abused in Childhood — TABLE
    SittingProceedingsTime for conclusion of proceedings
    1stClause 1 and Clauses 17 and 185 p.m.
    2ndClause 16 and Clauses 2 to 6
    3rdClause 16 and Clauses 2 to 6 (so far as not previously concluded)10 p.m.
    4thClauses 19 to 28
    5thClauses 19 to 28 (so far as not previously concluded)5 p.m.
    6thClauses 14 and 15, Clauses 7 and 8, Schedule 1, Clauses 9 to 13
    7thClauses 24 and 15, Clauses 7 and 8, Schedule 1, Clauses 9 to 13 (so far as not previously concluded)10 p.m.
    8thClauses 29 and 30, Schedule 2, Clauses 31 to 40, Schedule 3, Clause 41, Clause 69, Clauses 42 to 44
    9thClauses 29 and 30, Schedule 2, Clauses 31 to 40, Schedule 3, Clause 41, Clause 60, Clauses 42 to 44 (so far as not previously concluded)5 p.m.
    10thClauses 45 to 58
    11thClauses 45 to 58 (so far as not previously concluded)10 p.m.
    12thClause 59, Clauses 61 to 66, Schedules 4 and 5, new Clauses and new Schedules
    13thClause 59, Clauses 61 to 66, Schedules 4 and 5, new Clauses and new Schedules (so far as not previously concluded)5 p.m.
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5 Jul 2000

  • On 5 Jul 2000: Dr Peter Brand voted no on Local Government Bill [Lords] — Prohibition on promotion of homosexuality: bullying Show vote

27 Jun 2000

  • On 27 Jun 2000: Dr Peter Brand was absent for a vote on Learning and Skills Bill — Abolish arrangements to allow a ballot of parents on whether grammar schools should keep selective admission policies — rejected Show vote

7 Jun 2000

  • On 7 Jun 2000: Dr Peter Brand voted yes on Britain's Strategic Interests Show vote

14 Apr 2000

  • On 14 Apr 2000: Dr Peter Brand voted against curtailing debate on requiring the Consent of the Director of Public Prosecutions for a prosecution under the Medical Treatment (Prevention of Euthanasia) Bill. Show vote

27 Mar 2000

  • On 27 Mar 2000: Dr Peter Brand voted yes on "Table — 20. Climate change levy Show vote

10 Mar 2000

  • On 10 Mar 2000: Dr Peter Brand was absent for a vote on Warm Homes and Energy Conservation Bill Show vote

10 Feb 2000

  • On 10 Feb 2000: Dr Peter Brand voted yes on Sexual Offences (Amendment) Bill Show vote

28 Jan 2000

  • On 28 Jan 2000: Dr Peter Brand was absent for a vote on Medical Treatment (Prevention of Euthanasia) Bill — Second Reading Show vote

10 Nov 1999

  • On 10 Nov 1999: Dr Peter Brand was absent for a vote on House of Lords Bill — Exceptions from the rule that hereditary peers should be abolished Show vote

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