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Frank Doran

Former Labour MP for Aberdeen North

Use of UK Military Forces In Combat Abroad

There have been votes in Parliament on the use of UK Military Forces in Afghanistan, Iraq and Syria.

Photo: UK Ministry of Defence

Frank Doran generally voted against use of UK military forces in combat operations overseas

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 use of UK military forces in combat operations overseas:

  • On 26 Sep 2014: Frank Doran was absent for a vote on UK Air Strikes Against ISIL in Iraq Show vote
  • On 29 Aug 2013: Frank Doran voted to require conditions be fulfilled, including a vote of the UN Security Council, before any military action involving UK forces in response to the use of chemical weapons in Syria. Show vote
  • On 29 Aug 2013: Frank Doran voted against a motion stating a strong humanitarian response to the use of chemical weapons in Syria was required from the international community that may, if necessary, require military action. Show vote
  • On 21 Mar 2011: Frank Doran was absent for a vote on United Nations Security Council Resolution 1973 — Libya — No Fly Zone Show vote
  • On 9 Sep 2010: Frank Doran was absent for a vote on UK Armed Forces in Afghanistan (Backbench Business) Show vote
  • On 18 Mar 2003: Frank Doran voted to say that the case for war against Iraq has not yet been established, Show vote
  • On 18 Mar 2003: Frank Doran was absent for a vote on Iraq — Declaration of War Show vote
  • On 26 Feb 2003: Frank Doran voted to say the case for military action against Iraq is as yet unproven Show vote
  • On 25 Nov 2002: Frank Doran voted against requiring the support of the UN Security Council and the support of a vote of MPs in the House of Commons before the commitment of UK forces to military action in Iraq. Show vote

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