John Glen

Shadow Paymaster General

Conservative MP for Salisbury

@JohnGlenUK https://facebook.com/johnglenmp

Deprivation of Citizenship

There have been votes in Parliament on if there should be a requirement to give an individual notice of intent to remove their citizenship, and on if removal of citizenship should be permitted if it would leave a person stateless.

John Glen consistently voted for making it easier to remove someone's British citizenship

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Major votes

  • On 20 Apr 2022: John Glen voted to make a new law allowing people to be deprived of their citizenship without notice retrospective, so existing orders depriving people of their citizenship which are invalid due to a lack of notice become valid. Show vote
  • On 22 Mar 2022: John Glen voted to enable people to be deprived of their British Citizenship without contacting them and providing prior notice, should it be deemed impractical to give such notice, or contrary to the public interest to do so. Show vote
  • On 8 Dec 2021: John Glen voted for a series of changes to the law on immigration and nationality, including permitting the removal of asylum seekers with applications pending to other countries and provisions aimed at discouraging unsafe and dangerous routes of entry. Show vote
  • On 20 Jul 2021: John Glen voted for a series of changes to the law on immigration and nationality, including permitting the removal of asylum seekers with applications pending to other countries and provisions aimed at discouraging unsafe and dangerous routes of entry. Show vote
  • On 20 Jul 2021: John Glen voted for a series of changes to the law on immigration and nationality, including permitting the removal of asylum seekers with applications pending to other countries and provisions aimed at discouraging unsafe and dangerous routes of entry. Show vote
  • On 7 May 2014: John Glen voted yes on Immigration Bill (Money) (No. 2) — Clause 60 — Deprivation if conduct seriously prejudicial to vital interests of the uk Show vote
  • On 30 Jan 2014: John Glen voted yes on Immigration Bill — New Clause 18 — Deprivation of citizenship: conduct seriously prejudicial to vital interests of the UK Show vote

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