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Lilian Greenwood

Labour MP for Nottingham South

@LilianGreenwood https://facebook.com/liliangreenwood4labour

5 Feb 2020

  • On 5 Feb 2020: Lilian Greenwood voted yes on Transport Show vote
  • On 5 Feb 2020: Lilian Greenwood voted yes on Local Government Finance Show vote

4 Feb 2020

  • On 4 Feb 2020: Lilian Greenwood voted 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: Lilian Greenwood voted to prevent 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: Lilian Greenwood voted 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: Lilian Greenwood voted yes on Agriculture Bill Show vote

29 Jan 2020

  • On 29 Jan 2020: Lilian Greenwood voted yes on Homelessness Show vote
  • On 29 Jan 2020: Lilian Greenwood voted yes on Policing and Crime Show vote

22 Jan 2020

  • On 22 Jan 2020: Lilian Greenwood voted no on European Union (Withdrawal Agreement) Bill — Regulations Show vote
  • On 22 Jan 2020: Lilian Greenwood voted no on European Union (Withdrawal Agreement) Bill — Arrangements with EU about unaccompanied children seeking asylum Show vote
  • On 22 Jan 2020: Lilian Greenwood voted no on European Union (Withdrawal Agreement) Bill — Interpretation of retained EU law and relevant separation agreement law Show vote
  • On 22 Jan 2020: Lilian Greenwood voted no on European Union (Withdrawal Agreement) Bill — Interpretation of retained EU law and relevant separation agreement law Show vote
  • On 22 Jan 2020: Lilian Greenwood voted no on European Union (Withdrawal Agreement) Bill — Rights related to residence: application deadline and temporary protection Show vote

20 Jan 2020

  • On 20 Jan 2020: Lilian Greenwood voted against expressing support for Conservative government's programme of legislation as set out in the Queen's Speech, leading with leaving the European Union by the 31st of January 2020. Show vote
  • On 20 Jan 2020: Lilian Greenwood was absent for a vote on Queen's Speech — Programme for Government — Proportional Representation to Elect MPs Show vote
  • On 20 Jan 2020: Lilian Greenwood was absent for a vote on Queen's Speech — Programme for Government — Leaving the European Union Show vote
  • On 20 Jan 2020: Lilian Greenwood voted to require a plan to reverse the impact of austerity, tackle the climate and environmental emergency, and reshape the economy to work for everyone by clamping down on tax avoidance, tackling insecurity in work by extending full employment rights to all workers, ending in-work poverty, and introducing a real living wage. Show vote

16 Jan 2020

  • On 16 Jan 2020: Lilian Greenwood voted to require a plan to end the crisis in social care and at least a 4 per cent per year real terms increase in health spending. Show vote

9 Jan 2020

  • On 9 Jan 2020: Lilian Greenwood voted against implementing the withdrawal agreement agreed between the UK and the EU, which includes an implementation period running until 31 December 2020 during which EU laws and treaties would generally continue to have effect in UK law. Show vote
  • On 9 Jan 2020: Lilian Greenwood was absent for a vote on European Union (Withdrawal Agreement) Bill — Decline Third Reading Show vote

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