Jeremy Corbyn

Leader of Her Majesty's Official Opposition

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Islington North Labour

Labour's Anti-Terrorism Laws

A vote for Labour’s Anti-Terrorism Laws would have been a vote for the crime known as “Terrorism” to be treated in a different manner from murder and conspiracy to murder, and for it to have its own special category meaning that the normal rights not to be detained without charge or trial do not apply.

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Jeremy Corbyn almost always voted against Labour's anti-terrorism laws

TheyWorkForYou has automatically calculated this MP’s stance based on all of their votes on the topic. You can browse the source data on PublicWhip.org.uk.

All votes about Labour's anti-terrorism laws:

  • On 19 Nov 2001: Jeremy Corbyn voted no on Anti-terrorism, Crime and Security Bill — Second Reading Show vote
  • On 19 Nov 2001: Jeremy Corbyn voted no on Anti-terrorism, Crime and Security Bill — Programme — Committee of the Whole House Show vote
  • On 21 Nov 2001: Jeremy Corbyn voted no on Anti-terrorism, Crime and Security Bill — Programme — Timetable of Debate Show vote
  • On 21 Nov 2001: Jeremy Corbyn voted yes on Anti-terrorism, Crime and Security Bill — New Clause 6 — Sunset Clause Show vote
  • On 21 Nov 2001: Jeremy Corbyn voted no on Anti-terrorism, Crime and Security Bill — Terrorist certification by Home Secretary Show vote
  • On 21 Nov 2001: Jeremy Corbyn acted as teller for a vote on Anti-terrorism, Crime and Security Bill — Indefinite detention of suspected terrorists Show vote
  • On 21 Nov 2001: Jeremy Corbyn voted no on Anti-terrorism, Crime and Security Bill — Special Immigration Appeals Commission Show vote
  • On 21 Nov 2001: Jeremy Corbyn voted no on Anti-terrorism, Crime and Security Bill — Clause 109 and 110 — Implementation of the third pillar Show vote
  • On 26 Nov 2001: Jeremy Corbyn voted no on Anti-terrorism, Crime and Security Bill — Clauses 79 to 87 — Fissile Nuclear Material, Aviation Security Show vote
  • On 26 Nov 2001: Jeremy Corbyn voted yes on Anti-terrorism, Crime and Security Bill — Amendment to Clause 89 — Identification at a Police Station Show vote
  • On 26 Nov 2001: Jeremy Corbyn voted yes on Anti-terrorism, Crime and Security Bill — Amendment to Clause 97 — Jurisdiction of MoD police Show vote
  • On 26 Nov 2001: Jeremy Corbyn voted no on Anti-terrorism, Crime and Security Bill — Clauses 101 to 105, 120 to 122 — Communication Data Show vote
  • On 26 Nov 2001: Jeremy Corbyn voted yes on Anti-terrorism, Crime and Security Bill — Amendment to Clause 17 — Disclosure Powers Show vote
  • On 26 Nov 2001: Jeremy Corbyn voted no on Anti-terrorism, Crime and Security Bill — Third Reading Show vote
  • On 12 Dec 2001: Jeremy Corbyn voted no on Anti-terrorism, Crime and Security Bill — Programme — Lord' Amendments Show vote
  • On 12 Dec 2001: Jeremy Corbyn voted no on Anti-terrorism, Crime and Security Bill — Government Amendments Show vote
  • On 12 Dec 2001: Jeremy Corbyn voted no on Anti-terrorism, Crime and Security Bill — Reinstating Clause 39 — Religious hatred offences Show vote
  • On 12 Dec 2001: Jeremy Corbyn voted no on Anti-terrorism, Crime and Security Bill — Removal of Sunset Clause Show vote
  • On 13 Dec 2001: Jeremy Corbyn voted no on Anti-terrorism, Crime and Security Bill — Removal of Sunset Clause — Insistence Show vote
  • On 25 Feb 2004: Jeremy Corbyn voted yes on Anti-terrorism, Crime and Security Act 2001 — Privy Counsel Report Show vote
  • On 3 Mar 2004: Jeremy Corbyn was absent for a vote on Anti-terrorism, Crime and Security Act 2001 — Renewal of indefinite detention Show vote
  • On 23 Feb 2005: Jeremy Corbyn voted yes on Prevention of Terrorism Bill — Second Reading — Amendment Show vote
  • On 23 Feb 2005: Jeremy Corbyn voted no on Prevention of Terrorism Bill — Second Reading Show vote
  • On 23 Feb 2005: Jeremy Corbyn voted no on Prevention of Terrorism Bill — Programme — Committee of the whole House Show vote
  • On 28 Feb 2005: Jeremy Corbyn voted to give a greater role to the courts in relation to the imposition of control orders. Show vote
  • On 28 Feb 2005: Jeremy Corbyn was absent for a vote on Prevention of Terrorism Bill — New Clause 6 — Court of Terrorism Control Show vote
  • On 28 Feb 2005: Jeremy Corbyn was absent for a vote on Prevention of Terrorism Bill — Clauses 1 to 13 Show vote
  • On 28 Feb 2005: Jeremy Corbyn voted no on Prevention of Terrorism Bill — Third Reading Show vote
  • On 9 Mar 2005: Jeremy Corbyn voted no on Prevention of Terrorism Bill — Programme — Lords' Amendments Show vote
  • On 9 Mar 2005: Jeremy Corbyn voted no on Prevention of Terrorism Bill — Derogating Control Orders Show vote
  • On 9 Mar 2005: Jeremy Corbyn voted no on Prevention of Terrorism Bill — Rejection of Lords' Amendment to Clause 3 — Balance of Probability Show vote
  • On 9 Mar 2005: Jeremy Corbyn voted no on Prevention of Terrorism Bill — Rejection of New Lords' Clause — Duration of Control Orders Show vote
  • On 9 Mar 2005: Jeremy Corbyn voted no on Prevention of Terrorism Bill — Rejection of New Lords' Clause — Review by Privy Council Show vote
  • On 9 Mar 2005: Jeremy Corbyn voted no on Prevention of Terrorism Bill — Rejection of New Lords' Amendment — Sunset Clause Show vote
  • On 9 Mar 2005: Jeremy Corbyn was absent for a vote on Prevention of Terrorism Bill — Rejection of Lords' Amendment — Human Rights Obligations Show vote
  • On 10 Mar 2005: Jeremy Corbyn voted no on Prevention of Terrorism Bill — Insisted Amendments — Application to a Court Show vote
  • On 10 Mar 2005: Jeremy Corbyn voted no on Prevention of Terrorism Bill — Insisted Amendment — Privy Council Review Show vote
  • On 10 Mar 2005: Jeremy Corbyn voted no on Prevention of Terrorism Bill — Weak Sunset Clause Show vote
  • On 10 Mar 2005: Jeremy Corbyn voted no on Prevention of Terrorism Bill — Insisted Amendment — Human Rights Obligations Show vote
  • On 10 Mar 2005: Jeremy Corbyn voted no on Prevention of Terrorism Bill — Insisted Amendment — Courts and Conrol Orders Show vote
  • On 10 Mar 2005: Jeremy Corbyn voted no on Prevention of Terrorism Bill — Insisted Amendment — Privy Council Review Show vote
  • On 10 Mar 2005: Jeremy Corbyn voted no on Prevention of Terrorism Bill — Weak Sunset Clause Show vote
  • On 10 Mar 2005: Jeremy Corbyn voted no on Prevention of Terrorism Bill — Insisted Again — Courts and Control Orders Show vote
  • On 10 Mar 2005: Jeremy Corbyn voted no on Prevention of Terrorism Bill — Insisted Amendment — Privy Council Review Show vote
  • On 10 Mar 2005: Jeremy Corbyn voted no on Prevention of Terrorism Bill — Insisted Amendment — Courts and Control Orders Show vote
  • On 10 Mar 2005: Jeremy Corbyn was absent for a vote on Prevention of Terrorism Bill — Weak Sunset Clause Show vote
  • On 26 Oct 2005: Jeremy Corbyn voted no on Terrorism Bill — Second Reading Show vote
  • On 26 Oct 2005: Jeremy Corbyn was absent for a vote on Terrorism Bill — Timetable Show vote
  • On 2 Nov 2005: Jeremy Corbyn voted yes on Terrorism Bill — Clause 1 — Encouragement of Terrorism — "recklessly indifferent" Show vote
  • On 2 Nov 2005: Jeremy Corbyn voted to make the offence of Encouragement of Terrorism only apply to cases where an individual intended their actions to encourage terrorism. Show vote
  • On 2 Nov 2005: Jeremy Corbyn voted against making glorifying the commission or preparation of acts of terrorism an offense. Show vote
  • On 3 Nov 2005: Jeremy Corbyn voted yes on Terrorism Bill — Clause 6(1) — Training for Terrorism Show vote
  • On 3 Nov 2005: Jeremy Corbyn voted yes on Terrorism Bill — Clause 8 — Attendance at a place used for Terrorist Training Show vote
  • On 9 Nov 2005: Jeremy Corbyn voted yes on Terrorism Bill — Timetable (No. 2) Show vote
  • On 9 Nov 2005: Jeremy Corbyn voted no on Terrorism Bill — Extension Of Period Of Detention to 90 Days Show vote
  • On 9 Nov 2005: Jeremy Corbyn voted no on Terrorism Bill — Clause 1 — Encouragement of Terrorism — "unforeseen recklessness" Show vote
  • On 9 Nov 2005: Jeremy Corbyn voted yes on Terrorism Bill — Clause 1(2) — Encouragement of Terrorism — "glorifies" Show vote
  • On 15 Feb 2006: Jeremy Corbyn voted no on Terrorism Bill — Clause 1 — Encouragement of Terrorism Show vote
  • On 15 Feb 2006: Jeremy Corbyn was absent for a vote on Terrorism Bill — Clause 3 — Application of Ss. 1 and 2 to Internet Activity etc. — Giving notice Show vote
  • On 15 Feb 2006: Jeremy Corbyn was absent for a vote on Terrorism Bill — Clause 3 — Application of Ss. 1 And 2 to Internet Activity etc. — capability Show vote
  • On 16 Mar 2006: Jeremy Corbyn was absent for a vote on Terrorism Bill Show vote
  • On 16 Mar 2006: Jeremy Corbyn voted no on Terrorism Bill Show vote
  • On 22 Feb 2007: Jeremy Corbyn voted no on Control Orders — Annual renewal 2007 Show vote
  • On 21 Feb 2008: Jeremy Corbyn voted no on Control orders — Annual renewal 2008 Show vote
  • On 9 Jul 2009: Jeremy Corbyn voted to reduce the maximum period of detention without charge for terrorist suspects from 28 to 14 days. Show vote
  • On 8 Feb 2010: Jeremy Corbyn was absent for a vote on Terrorist Asset-Freezing (Temporary Provisions) Bill (Allocation of Time) Show vote
  • On 8 Feb 2010: Jeremy Corbyn voted no on Terrorist Asset-Freezing (Temporary Provisions) Bill (Allocation of Time) — Clause 1 — Temporary validity of certain Orders in Council Show vote
  • On 8 Feb 2010: Jeremy Corbyn voted yes on Terrorist Asset-Freezing (Temporary Provisions) Bill (Allocation of Time) — Clause 1 — Temporary validity of certain Orders in Council Show vote
  • On 8 Feb 2010: Jeremy Corbyn was absent for a vote on Terrorist Asset-Freezing (Temporary Provisions) Bill (Allocation of Time) — Clause 1 — Temporary validity of certain Orders in Council Show vote
  • On 14 Jul 2010: Jeremy Corbyn voted to reduce the maximum period of detention without charge for terrorist suspects from 28 to 14 days. Show vote

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