Lord Hollick

Labour Peer

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10th June 2020 onwards

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22 Mar 2022

  • On 22 Mar 2022: Lord Hollick voted yes on Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill - Commons Reasons and Amendments — Motion D1 (as an amendment to Motion D) Show vote

8 Mar 2022

  • On 8 Mar 2022: Lord Hollick voted yes on Nationality and Borders Bill - Report (3rd Day) — Amendment 64A Show vote

7 Mar 2022

  • On 7 Mar 2022: Lord Hollick voted yes on Health and Care Bill - Report (3rd Day) — Amendment 144A Show vote
  • On 7 Mar 2022: Lord Hollick voted yes on Health and Care Bill - Report (3rd Day) — Amendment 141 Show vote
  • On 7 Mar 2022: Lord Hollick voted yes on Health and Care Bill - Report (3rd Day) — Amendment 124 Show vote
  • On 7 Mar 2022: Lord Hollick voted yes on Health and Care Bill - Report (3rd Day) — Amendment 116 Show vote
  • On 7 Mar 2022: Lord Hollick voted yes on Health and Care Bill - Report (3rd Day) — Amendment 113 Show vote

2 Mar 2022

  • On 2 Mar 2022: Lord Hollick voted yes on Nationality and Borders Bill - Report (2nd Day) (Continued) — Amendment 62 Show vote
  • On 2 Mar 2022: Lord Hollick voted yes on Nationality and Borders Bill - Report (2nd Day) (Continued) — Amendment 59 Show vote
  • On 2 Mar 2022: Lord Hollick voted yes on Nationality and Borders Bill - Report (2nd Day) — Amendment 48 Show vote
  • On 2 Mar 2022: Lord Hollick voted yes on Nationality and Borders Bill - Report (2nd Day) — Amendment 35 Show vote

28 Feb 2022

  • On 28 Feb 2022: Lord Hollick voted to add a clause reflecting the Government’s stated intention of compliance with the Refugee Convention and ensuring Part 2 provisions are read subject to that international legal obligation. Show vote
  • On 28 Feb 2022: Lord Hollick voted to remove Clause 9 from the Nationality and Borders Bill. Show vote
  • On 28 Feb 2022: Lord Hollick voted to allow anyone who is descended from a person born before 1983 on the British Indian Ocean Territory to register as a British overseas territories citizen. Show vote

7 Feb 2022

  • On 7 Feb 2022: Lord Hollick voted yes on National Insurance Contributions Bill - Report — Amendment 6 Show vote
  • On 7 Feb 2022: Lord Hollick voted yes on National Insurance Contributions Bill - Report — Amendment 2 Show vote

17 Jan 2022

  • On 17 Jan 2022: Lord Hollick voted to add “unless permission for such obstruction has been given by the relevant person” to Clause 59 concerning obstruction of vehicular access to Parliament. Show vote
  • On 17 Jan 2022: Lord Hollick voted to remove Clause 57 concerning Imposing conditions on public assemblies. Show vote
  • On 17 Jan 2022: Lord Hollick voted to remove the Clause 56 subsections on the imposition on public processions conditions related to noise. Show vote
  • On 17 Jan 2022: Lord Hollick voted to add a new Clause titled “Offences motivated by hostility towards the sex or gender of the victim” Show vote

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