Sarah Dines

Conservative MP for Derbyshire Dales

Equality and Human Rights

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Sarah Dines consistently voted against laws to promote equality and human rights

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Major votes

Minor votes

  • On 20 Apr 2022: Sarah Dines acted as teller for a vote on Nationality and Borders Bill — Before Clause 11 — Interpretation of Part 2 — Compliance with International Agreements Show vote
  • On 20 Apr 2022: Sarah Dines acted as teller for a vote on Nationality and Borders Bill — Clause 11 — Differential Treatment of Refugees — Impact Show vote
  • On 22 Mar 2022: Sarah Dines voted not to explicitly require that no refugees will be returned to a country where they face serious threats to their life or freedom as a result of the operation of new asylum laws. Show vote
  • On 7 Jun 2021: Sarah Dines voted not to explicitly prohibit Advanced Research and Invention Agency resources from being used in any way that would contravene human rights. Show vote
  • On 19 May 2021: Sarah Dines voted against bringing Government policy in-line with human rights where the courts have found policy incompatible with human rights. Show vote

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