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Powers of the Welsh Assembly

There have been votes in Parliament on devolving powers to the Welsh Assembly. Specific subjects of these votes have ranged from giving the Welsh Assembly the ability to raise taxes to devolving powers and responsibility relating to the provision of water in Wales.

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Lord Davies of Gower consistently voted against transferring more powers to the Welsh Assembly

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 transferring more powers to the Welsh Assembly:

  • On 24 Jan 2017: Lord Davies of Gower voted against empowering Welsh ministers and the National Assembly for Wales to regulate the number of betting machines in licensed betting premises where the maximum charge for use is over £2, opting instead to limit devolved powers to where the maximum charge is over £10. Show vote
  • On 12 Sep 2016: Lord Davies of Gower voted against the separation of the legal systems of England and Wales. Show vote
  • On 12 Sep 2016: Lord Davies of Gower voted against allowing public sector bodies to operate rail services in Wales. Show vote
  • On 12 Sep 2016: Lord Davies of Gower voted against devolving powers relating to air passenger duty to the Government of Wales and the Welsh Assembly. Show vote
  • On 11 Jul 2016: Lord Davies of Gower voted for the Welsh Assembly being given powers over policing in Wales. Show vote
  • On 11 Jul 2016: Lord Davies of Gower voted not to devolve powers relation to alcohol and entertainment licensing to the Welsh Assembly. Show vote
  • On 11 Jul 2016: Lord Davies of Gower voted against giving the Welsh Assembly the powers to set Income Tax thresholds for Welsh taxpayers. Show vote
  • On 5 Jul 2016: Lord Davies of Gower voted against the separation of the legal systems of England and Wales. Show vote

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