Gavin Robinson

Shadow DUP Spokesperson (Defence)

Former DUP MP for Belfast East

@grobinsondup https://facebook.com/GRobinsonDUP

21 May 2024

  • On 21 May 2024: Gavin Robinson voted yes on High Speed Rail (Crewe - Manchester) Bill: Instruction (No. 3) Show vote
  • On 21 May 2024: Gavin Robinson voted no on Digital Markets, Competition and Consumers Bill: Consideration of Lords Message: manuscript amendment Show vote

8 May 2024

  • On 8 May 2024: Gavin Robinson voted no on Finance (No. 2) Bill Committee: New Clause 3 Show vote
  • On 8 May 2024: Gavin Robinson voted no on Finance (No. 2) Bill Committee: New Clause 2 Show vote

30 Apr 2024

  • On 30 Apr 2024: Gavin Robinson voted yes on Digital Markets, Competition and Consumers Bill: motion to disagree with Lords Amendment 104 Show vote
  • On 30 Apr 2024: Gavin Robinson voted yes on Digital Markets, Competition and Consumers Bill: motion to disagree with Lords Amendment 31 Show vote
  • On 30 Apr 2024: Gavin Robinson voted yes on Digital Markets, Competition and Consumers Bill: motion to disagree with Lords Amendment 26 Show vote
  • On 30 Apr 2024: Gavin Robinson voted yes on Digital Markets, Competition and Consumers Bill: motion to disagree with Lords Amendment 12 Show vote
  • On 30 Apr 2024: Gavin Robinson voted yes on Digital Markets, Competition and Consumers Bill: motion to disagree with Lords Amendment 9 Show vote

29 Apr 2024

  • On 29 Apr 2024: Gavin Robinson voted yes on Post Office (Horizon System) Offences Bill: Instruction (Scotland) Show vote

24 Apr 2024

  • On 24 Apr 2024: Gavin Robinson voted yes on the draft Economic Growth (Regulatory Functions) (Amendment) Order 2024 Show vote

17 Apr 2024

  • On 17 Apr 2024: Gavin Robinson voted yes on Safety of Rwanda Bill: motion to disagree with Lords Amendment 1D Show vote

16 Apr 2024

  • On 16 Apr 2024: Gavin Robinson voted no on Tobacco and Vapes Bill: Second Reading Show vote

15 Apr 2024

  • On 15 Apr 2024: Gavin Robinson voted no on That this House disagrees with the Lords in their Amendment 10B Show vote
  • On 15 Apr 2024: Gavin Robinson voted yes on That this House insists on its disagreement with the Lords in their Amendment 9 but proposes Amendment (a) in lieu Show vote
  • On 15 Apr 2024: Gavin Robinson voted yes on That this House disagrees with the Lords in ther Amendment 7B Show vote
  • On 15 Apr 2024: Gavin Robinson voted yes on That this House disagrees with the Lords in their Amendment 6B Show vote
  • On 15 Apr 2024: Gavin Robinson voted yes on Rwanda Bill: Motion to disagree with Lords Amendments 3B and 3C Show vote
  • On 15 Apr 2024: Gavin Robinson voted yes on Rwanda Bill: Motion to disagree with Lords Amendment 1B Show vote

19 Mar 2024

  • On 19 Mar 2024: Gavin Robinson voted no on Trade (Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership) Bill [Lords]: New Clause 12 Show vote

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