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John Stevenson’s voting in Parliament

John Stevenson is a Conservative MP, and on the vast majority of issues votes the same way as other Conservative MPs.

However, John Stevenson sometimes differs from their party colleagues, such as:

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Recent appearances

  • Scotland: Growth Deals 16 Mar 2022

    What recent assessment he has made of the impact of growth deals on the Scottish economy.
  • Scotland: Growth Deals 16 Mar 2022

    The Borderlands growth deal has been very well received on both sides of the border. It demonstrates the benefits of a close working relationship between councils, MPs and Government. Given that success, would the Minister envisage a further opportunity for a Borderlands mark 2?
  • Prime Minister: Engagements 9 Mar 2022

    The world has changed. Energy security is vital, but so too is food security. Our food and drink manufacturers and those in the food supply chain proved their worth during the pandemic. Given the importance to our country of this sector and the need to ensure its competitiveness, its resilience and a high degree of self-sufficiency, will the Prime Minister now take the opportunity to review...

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Conservative MP for Carlisle

Entered the House of Commons on 6 May 2010 — General election

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Topics of interest

John Stevenson campaigned to remain in the European Union Source: BBC

  • Treasury
  • Cabinet Office
  • Communities and Local Government
  • Business
  • Innovation and Skills
  • Department for Education
  • Food: Advertising
  • Inheritance Tax
  • Catering: Public Consultation
  • Forests
  • Food: Education

Currently held offices

  • Member, Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee (since 2 Mar 2020)

Other offices held in the past

  • Member, Committee on Standards Sub-committee on ICGS Matters (14 May 2019 to 6 Nov 2019)
  • Member, Committee of Privileges (26 Oct 2017 to 6 Nov 2019)
  • Member, Committee on Standards (26 Oct 2017 to 6 Nov 2019)
  • Member, Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee (19 Dec 2016 to 3 May 2017)
  • Member, Scottish Affairs Committee (6 Jul 2015 to 3 May 2017)
  • Member, Levelling Up, Housing and Communities Committee (29 Oct 2012 to 30 Mar 2015)
  • Member, Draft House of Lords Reform Bill (Joint Committee) (23 Jun 2011 to 26 Mar 2012)

Previous MPs in this constituency

Public bill committees (Sittings attended)

Register of Members’ Interests

Last updated: 16 May 2022.

1. Employment and earnings
Solicitor, partner in Bendles, of 22 Portland Square, Carlisle CA1 1PE. From 1 July 2021 until further notice, I receive £2,800 a month for work of between 10 and 45 hours. (Updated 09 December 2015, 27 December 2017, 02 April 2019, 02 March 2021 and 01 July 2021)
On 18 June 2021 I received £2,500 as profit share. Hours: no additional hours. (Registered 30 June 2021)
On 1 November 2021 I received £2,000 as profit share. Hours: no additional hours. (Registered 02 November 2021)
On 10 January 2022 I received £6,000 as a profit share. Hours: no additional hours. (Registered 31 January 2022)
2. (b) Any other support not included in Category 2(a)
Name of donor: United Biscuits (UK) Ltd
Address of donor: 3 Chiswick Park, 566 Chiswick High Road, Chiswick, London W4 5YA

Amount of donation or nature and value if donation in kind: £2,000 towards the costs of my Skills Fair

Date received: 26 November 2021

Date accepted: 26 November 2021

Donor status: company, registration 2506007

(Registered 06 December 2021)
Name of donor: Centre Parcs Ltd
Address of donor: One Edison Rise, New Ollerton, Newark NG22 9DP

Amount of donation or nature and value if donation in kind: £2,000 towards the costs of my Skills Fair

Date received: 11 February 2022

Date accepted: 11 February 2022

Donor status: company, registration 01908230

(Registered 15 February 2022)
8. Miscellaneous
From 27 January 2020, member of the Carlisle Towns Fund Board. This is an unpaid role. (Registered 28 January 2020)
From 22 June 2021, unpaid director of the Northern Research Group Limited, a shared services company for northern MPs. (Registered 30 June 2021)
9. Family members employed and paid from parliamentary expenses
I employ my partner, Tracy Nixon, as part-time Senior Secretary.

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