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John Hayes

Conservative MP for South Holland and The Deepings

10 Mar 2020

  • On 10 Mar 2020: John Hayes voted no on Telecommunications Infrastructure (Leasehold Property) Bill — Code rights in respect of land connected to leased premises Show vote
  • On 10 Mar 2020: John Hayes voted no on Telecommunications Infrastructure (Leasehold Property) Bill — Code rights in respect of land connected to leased premises Show vote

4 Mar 2020

  • On 4 Mar 2020: John Hayes voted no on Health Inequalities Show vote
  • On 4 Mar 2020: John Hayes voted against an independent review into the floods. Show vote

25 Feb 2020

  • On 25 Feb 2020: John Hayes voted against urgently reforming social care and including making personal care free. Show vote
  • On 25 Feb 2020: John Hayes voted not to call for the proper funding of public services after a decade of austerity nor for robust action to tackle tax avoidance and evasion. Show vote

12 Feb 2020

  • On 12 Feb 2020: John Hayes voted against ensuring MPs could decide on amendments to Terrorist Offenders (Restriction of Early Release) Bill. Show vote

11 Feb 2020

  • On 11 Feb 2020: John Hayes was absent for a vote on Distinct Immigration Policy for Scotland Show vote

5 Feb 2020

  • On 5 Feb 2020: John Hayes voted not to call on the Government to develop and implement a plan to eliminate the substantial majority of transport emissions by 2030. Show vote
  • On 5 Feb 2020: John Hayes voted not to call on the Government to scrap its Review of Local Authorities’ Relative Needs and Resources and against ensuring that local authorities are properly funded through a fairer system that properly takes account of deprivation, need and differing council tax bases. Show vote

4 Feb 2020

  • On 4 Feb 2020: John Hayes voted not to require an annual statement on if NHS is sufficient to meet the performance targets set out in the NHS Constitution and, if not, what steps the Secretary of State is taking to ensure that those targets are met. Show vote
  • On 4 Feb 2020: John Hayes voted against preventing funds being transferred from NHS capital budgets to achieve the minimum revenue spending levels set out in the Bill. Show vote
  • On 4 Feb 2020: John Hayes voted not to require an annual statement on the Secretary of State’s plans to achieve parity of esteem in mental health services, including the amount spent on mental health services in each of the next four financial years. Show vote

3 Feb 2020

  • On 3 Feb 2020: John Hayes voted to empower ministers to establish new systems for making payments to farmers, landowners and others in lieu of funding via European Union schemes on the United Kingdom's withdrawal from the union. Show vote

29 Jan 2020

  • On 29 Jan 2020: John Hayes voted against calling on the Government to take action to end rough sleeping and tackle the root causes of rising homelessness starting by making 8,000 homes available for those with a history of rough sleeping, restoring funding for local housing allowance, and re-investing in local homelessness services, including £100m a year for emergency accommodation. Show vote
  • On 29 Jan 2020: John Hayes voted not to call on the Government to both recruit 2,000 more frontline police officers than they plan and re-establish neighbourhood policing. Show vote

22 Jan 2020

  • On 22 Jan 2020: John Hayes voted against highlighting the principle that the UK Parliament will not normally legislate in areas of devolved competence without the consent of the relevant devolved legislatures in Scotland and Wales. Show vote
  • On 22 Jan 2020: John Hayes voted against requiring ministers to seek to negotiate with the EU to allow unaccompanied children seeking asylum to join their relatives by moving from the UK to the EU or vice-versa, and instead voted to require the Government to set out its policy on this subject. Show vote
  • On 22 Jan 2020: John Hayes voted to allow ministers to set out the degree to which EU case law is to bind UK courts and against requiring courts and tribunals departing from retained EU case law to provide reasons and refer the case, as appropriate, to either the Supreme Court or High Court. Show vote
  • On 22 Jan 2020: John Hayes voted for UK courts and tribunals not to be bound by EU case law. Show vote

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