Mark Logan

Conservative MP for Bolton North East

As a result of COVID-19, some MPs have been less able to vote in Parliament, and this will be reflected in their voting record.

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11th May to 2nd June 2020

All MPs could vote remotely through an online voting tool. Votes cast remotely are shown as normal on the TheyWorkForYou voting record.

2nd to 9th June 2020

The option of online voting was removed, and a number of MPs may have been unable to vote because they were not physically able to attend.

10th June 2020 onwards

The requirements on proxy voting were relaxed, allowing MPs to designate another MP to cast a vote on their behalf.

If an MP votes by proxy, it is effectively exactly the same as if they cast the vote in person and it shows up on their TheyWorkForYou voting record.

MPs are not required to designate a proxy, and may instead pair with an opposing MP to miss a vote. Parliament does not record when two MPs have come to a pairing arrangement, so on TheyWorkForYou, they will both appear to have been absent for the vote.

We will update this information if the situation changes. See more detail on votes during the COVID-19 period here.

21 Sep 2020

  • On 21 Sep 2020: Mark Logan voted yes on United Kingdom Internal Market Bill — Clause 45 - Further provision related to sections 42 and 43 etc Show vote
  • On 21 Sep 2020: Mark Logan voted yes on United Kingdom Internal Market Bill — Clause 42 - Power to disapply or modify export declarations and other exit procedures Show vote
  • On 21 Sep 2020: Mark Logan voted no on United Kingdom Internal Market Bill — Clause 40 - Northern Ireland's place in the UK internal market and customs territory Show vote
  • On 21 Sep 2020: Mark Logan voted no on United Kingdom Internal Market Bill — Clause 40 - Northern Ireland's place in the UK internal market and customs territory Show vote

16 Sep 2020

  • On 16 Sep 2020: Mark Logan voted no on United Kingdom Internal Market Bill — Clause 47 - Financial assistance: supplementary Show vote
  • On 16 Sep 2020: Mark Logan voted yes on United Kingdom Internal Market Bill — Clause 46 - Power to provide financial assistance for economic development etc Show vote

15 Sep 2020

  • On 15 Sep 2020: Mark Logan voted no on United Kingdom Internal Market Bill — New Clause 2 - Limits on powers to override common frameworks Show vote
  • On 15 Sep 2020: Mark Logan voted no on United Kingdom Internal Market Bill — Clause 28 - Functions of the CMA under this Part: general provisions Show vote

14 Sep 2020

  • On 14 Sep 2020: Mark Logan voted yes on United Kingdom Internal Market Bill (Money) Show vote
  • On 14 Sep 2020: Mark Logan voted yes on United Kingdom Internal Market Bill Show vote
  • On 14 Sep 2020: Mark Logan voted no on United Kingdom Internal Market Bill Show vote

9 Sep 2020

  • On 9 Sep 2020: Mark Logan voted no on Awarding of Qualifications: Role of Ministers Show vote
  • On 9 Sep 2020: Mark Logan voted yes on Protection of Jobs and Businesses Show vote
  • On 9 Sep 2020: Mark Logan voted no on Protection of Jobs and Businesses Show vote

8 Sep 2020

  • On 8 Sep 2020: Mark Logan voted yes on Extradition (Provisional Arrest) Bill [Lords] — Schedule - Power of arrest for extradition purposes Show vote
  • On 8 Sep 2020: Mark Logan voted yes on Extradition (Provisional Arrest) Bill [Lords] — Schedule - Power of arrest for extradition purposes Show vote

7 Sep 2020

  • On 7 Sep 2020: Mark Logan voted no on Fire Safety Bill — New Clause 1 - Duties of owner or manager Show vote

2 Sep 2020

  • On 2 Sep 2020: Mark Logan voted against MPs who voluntarily change their political party affiliation being subject to a recall petition, which if signed by 10% of eligible electors, would lead to their seats being declared vacant. Show vote

1 Sep 2020

  • On 1 Sep 2020: Mark Logan voted to make sustainability the prime objective of sea fishing regulation in the UK, for other proposed objectives and arrangements relating to the regulation of fishing. Show vote

21 Jul 2020

  • On 21 Jul 2020: Mark Logan voted not to consider options other than a serious terrorism sentence (minimum 14 years detention, plus at least 7 years on licence) for those who are aged 18-21 and are convicted of a serious terrorism offence. Show vote

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