John Lamont

The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Scotland

Conservative MP for Berwickshire, Roxburgh and Selkirk

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27 Feb 2024

  • On 27 Feb 2024: John Lamont voted no on “Insolvency of certain persons with an interest in higher-risk and relevant buildings — Schedule 7 - Right to vary lease to replace rent with peppercorn rent Show vote
  • On 27 Feb 2024: John Lamont voted no on “Insolvency of certain persons with an interest in higher-risk and relevant buildings — Schedule 2 - Determining and sharing the market value Show vote
  • On 27 Feb 2024: John Lamont voted no on “Insolvency of certain persons with an interest in higher-risk and relevant buildings — New Clause 39 - Rights of first refusal on disposal of freehold homes Show vote
  • On 27 Feb 2024: John Lamont voted no on “Insolvency of certain persons with an interest in higher-risk and relevant buildings — New Clause 5 - Abolition of forfeiture of a long lease Show vote
  • On 27 Feb 2024: John Lamont voted no on “Insolvency of certain persons with an interest in higher-risk and relevant buildings — New Clause 1 - Estate management services Show vote

21 Feb 2024

  • On 21 Feb 2024: John Lamont voted no on Motion for the House to sit in private Show vote

20 Feb 2024

  • On 20 Feb 2024: John Lamont voted yes on Offshore Petroleum Licensing Bill — Clause 1 - Duty to invite applications for offshore licences Show vote
  • On 20 Feb 2024: John Lamont voted no on Offshore Petroleum Licensing Bill — Clause 1 - Duty to invite applications for offshore licences Show vote
  • On 20 Feb 2024: John Lamont voted no on Offshore Petroleum Licensing Bill — Clause 1 - Duty to invite applications for offshore licences Show vote

6 Feb 2024

  • On 6 Feb 2024: John Lamont voted no on Miscellaneous Show vote

5 Feb 2024

  • On 5 Feb 2024: John Lamont voted yes on Finance Bill — Schedule 6 - Administration of creative sector reliefs Show vote
  • On 5 Feb 2024: John Lamont voted no on Finance Bill — New Clause 7 - Review of multipliers used to calculate higher rates of air passenger duty Show vote
  • On 5 Feb 2024: John Lamont voted no on Finance Bill — New Clause 6 - Assessment of the impact of permanent full expensing Show vote

31 Jan 2024

  • On 31 Jan 2024: John Lamont voted yes on Delegated Legislation — Employment Show vote
  • On 31 Jan 2024: John Lamont voted yes on Political Parties, Elections and Referendums Show vote

30 Jan 2024

  • On 30 Jan 2024: John Lamont voted no on Media Bill — Clause 50 - Awards of costs Show vote
  • On 30 Jan 2024: John Lamont voted no on Media Bill — Clause 25 - Sections 20 to 24: further provision Show vote
  • On 30 Jan 2024: John Lamont voted no on Media Bill — New Clause 16 - Listed Events Show vote
  • On 30 Jan 2024: John Lamont voted no on Media Bill — New Clause 13 - Gaelic language service Show vote

23 Jan 2024

  • On 23 Jan 2024: John Lamont voted no on Miscellaneous Show vote

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