Mr Andrew Rowe

Former Conservative MP for Faversham and Mid Kent

10 May 2001

  • On 10 May 2001: Mr Andrew Rowe voted no on International Criminal Court Bill [Lords] — New Clause 3 — Jurisdiction of the court Show vote
  • On 10 May 2001: Mr Andrew Rowe voted no on International Criminal Court Bill [Lords] (Programme) (No. 2) — Consideration and Third Reading Show vote

15 Mar 2001

  • On 15 Mar 2001: Mr Andrew Rowe voted yes on Adults Abused in Childhood — New Clause 1 - Reduction in proverty: co-ordination within government Show vote
  • On 15 Mar 2001: Mr Andrew Rowe voted yes on Adults Abused in Childhood — Clause 6 - Financial assistance Show vote

13 Mar 2001

  • On 13 Mar 2001: Mr Andrew Rowe voted yes on Adults Abused in Childhood — Clause 1 - Development Assistance Show vote
  • On 13 Mar 2001: Mr Andrew Rowe voted yes on Adults Abused in Childhood — Clause 1 - Development Assistance Show vote
  • On 13 Mar 2001: Mr Andrew Rowe voted yes on Adults Abused in Childhood — Clause 1 - Development Assistance Show vote
  • On 13 Mar 2001: Mr Andrew Rowe voted yes on Adults Abused in Childhood — Clause 1 - Development Assistance Show vote
  • On 13 Mar 2001: Mr Andrew Rowe voted yes on Adults Abused in Childhood — Clause 1 - Development Assistance Show vote

13 Feb 2001

  • On 13 Feb 2001: Mr Andrew Rowe was absent for a vote on Tobacco Advertising and Promotion Bill — Third Reading Show vote
  • On 13 Feb 2001: Mr Andrew Rowe was absent for a vote on Tobacco Advertising and Promotion Bill — Prohibition or Restriction of use of Symbol, Name or Emblem Show vote

22 Jan 2001

  • On 22 Jan 2001: Mr Andrew Rowe was absent for a vote on Tobacco Advertising and Promotion Bill [Money] Show vote
  • On 22 Jan 2001: Mr Andrew Rowe was absent for a vote on Tobacco Advertising and Promotion Bill — Second Reading Show vote
  • On 22 Jan 2001: Mr Andrew Rowe voted against controlling the advertising and promotion of tobacco products. Show vote

5 Jul 2000

  • On 5 Jul 2000: Mr Andrew Rowe was absent for a vote on Local Government Bill [Lords] — Prohibition on promotion of homosexuality: bullying Show vote

27 Jun 2000

  • On 27 Jun 2000: Mr Andrew Rowe voted yes 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: Mr Andrew Rowe was absent for a vote on Britain's Strategic Interests Show vote

14 Apr 2000

  • On 14 Apr 2000: Mr Andrew Rowe was absent for a vote on Medical Treatment (Prevention of Euthanasia) Bill — Continuation of Debate Show vote

27 Mar 2000

  • On 27 Mar 2000: Mr Andrew Rowe was absent for a vote on "Table — 20. Climate change levy Show vote

10 Mar 2000

  • On 10 Mar 2000: Mr Andrew Rowe was absent for a vote on Warm Homes and Energy Conservation Bill Show vote

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2nd to 9th June 2020

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10th June 2020 onwards

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