Lord Rogers of Riverside

Labour Peer

ID Cards

There have been votes in Parliament on introducing a National Identity Register and an associated ID Card scheme to the United Kingdom.

Photo: Sam Greenhalgh

Lord Rogers of Riverside voted a mixture of for and against introducing ID cards

TheyWorkForYou has automatically calculated this MP’s stance based on all of their votes on the topic. You can browse the source data on PublicWhip.org.uk.

All votes about introducing ID cards:

  • On 6 Mar 2006: Lord Rogers of Riverside was absent for a vote on Identity Cards Bill — Voluntary registration when applying for a passport — insisted Show vote
  • On 30 Jan 2006: Lord Rogers of Riverside was absent for a vote on Identity Cards Bill Show vote
  • On 30 Jan 2006: Lord Rogers of Riverside was absent for a vote on Identity Cards Bill Show vote
  • On 30 Jan 2006: Lord Rogers of Riverside was absent for a vote on Identity Cards Bill Show vote
  • On 30 Jan 2006: Lord Rogers of Riverside was absent for a vote on Identity Cards Bill Show vote
  • On 23 Jan 2006: Lord Rogers of Riverside was absent for a vote on Identity Cards Bill (amendment 38: compulsion via designated documents) Show vote
  • On 23 Jan 2006: Lord Rogers of Riverside was absent for a vote on Identity Cards Bill (amendment 46: compulsion to register) Show vote
  • On 16 Jan 2006: Lord Rogers of Riverside was absent for a vote on Identity Cards Bill — Report of Costs and Benefits Show vote
  • On 16 Jan 2006: Lord Rogers of Riverside was absent for a vote on Identity Cards Bill (security of data) Show vote
  • On 16 Jan 2006: Lord Rogers of Riverside voted no on Identity Cards Bill (restricted scope: efficiency of public services) Show vote
  • On 12 Dec 2005: Lord Rogers of Riverside was absent for a vote on Identity Cards Bill — convenience of registering Show vote
  • On 15 Nov 2005: Lord Rogers of Riverside was absent for a vote on Identity Cards Bill — statutory purpose Show vote

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For an explanation of the vote descriptions please see the FAQ entries on vote descriptions and how the voting record is decided