Mr Vernon Bartlett

Former MP for Bridgwater

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As a result of COVID-19, some MPs were less able to vote in Parliament in certain periods, and this will be reflected by absences in their voting record.

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11th May to 2nd June 2020

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2nd to 9th June 2020

The option of online voting was removed, and a number of MPs may have been unable to vote because they were not physically able to attend.

10th June 2020 onwards

The requirements on proxy voting were relaxed, allowing MPs to designate another MP to cast a vote on their behalf.

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MPs are not required to designate a proxy, and may instead pair with an opposing MP to miss a vote. Parliament does not record when two MPs have come to a pairing arrangement, so on TheyWorkForYou, they will both appear to have been absent for the vote.

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Recent appearances

  • Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Commerce: British Samples, U.S.A. (Customs) 15 Dec 1949

    asked the President of the Board of Trade whether he is aware of the long delay in passing British samples through the Customs in New York; and whether he will consult with the Foreign Secretary with a view to increasing the staff of the Commercial Department of the British Consulate-General in that city in order that it may be able to give all necessary assistance in this matter.
  • Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Commerce: British Samples, U.S.A. (Customs) 15 Dec 1949

    Is my right hon. Friend aware that there have been cases of British business men arriving in New York, having taken care in advance to get the necessary assurances from the Consulate-General, who have found that their samples cannot be released until they have found an importer on the spot, or that the promise to prepare a list of potential buyers has not been carried out? Does not that mean...
  • Oral Answers to Questions — Fuel and Power: Game Shooting (Restrictions) 5 Dec 1949

    asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether he is aware of the restrictions on the shooting of game recently imposed upon German nationals by the British Element of the Allied Control Commission in Germany; and whether he will cause these restrictions to be abolished.

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