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Conservative MP for Middlesbrough South and East Cleveland (9 Jun 2017 – current)


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Public Bill Committee: Criminal Justice and Police Bill (6 Feb 2001)

Division number 1 - 10 yes, 6 no Voting yes: Helen Clark, Paul Clark, Charles Clarke, Fabian Hamilton, Stephen Ladyman, David Lock, Stephen McCabe, Geraldine Smith, Gerry Sutcliffe, Gareth Thomas Voting no: Jackie Ballard, Crispin Blunt, James Gray, Nick Hawkins, Oliver Heald, Simon Hughes

Public Bill Committee: Criminal Justice and Police Bill: Clause 1 - Offences leading to penalities on the spot. (6 Feb 2001)

Division number 2 - 5 yes, 9 no Voting yes: Crispin Blunt, James Gray, Nick Hawkins, Oliver Heald, Simon Hughes Voting no: Helen Clark, Paul Clark, Charles Clarke, Stephen Ladyman, David Lock, Stephen McCabe, Geraldine Smith, Gerry Sutcliffe, Gareth Thomas

Public Bill Committee: Criminal Justice and Police Bill: Clause 1 - Offences leading to penalties on the spot (6 Feb 2001)

Division number 4 - 9 yes, 6 no Voting yes: Helen Clark, Paul Clark, Charles Clarke, Fabian Hamilton, Stephen Ladyman, David Lock, Stephen McCabe, Geraldine Smith, Gerry Sutcliffe Voting no: Crispin Blunt, James Gray, Nick Hawkins, Oliver Heald, Simon Hughes, Nicholas Lyell

Public Bill Committee: Criminal Justice and Police Bill: Clause 3 - Amount of penalty and form of penalty notice (13 Feb 2001)

Division number 7 - 6 yes, 13 no Voting yes: Crispin Blunt, James Gray, Nick Hawkins, Oliver Heald, Simon Hughes, Nicholas Lyell Voting no: Adrian Bailey, Helen Clark, Paul Clark, Charles Clarke, John Grogan, Fabian Hamilton, Joan Humble, Stephen Ladyman, David Lock, Siobhain McDonagh, Geraldine Smith, Gerry Sutcliffe, Gareth Thomas

Public Bill Committee: Criminal Justice and Police Bill: Clause 5 - General restriction on proceedings (13 Feb 2001)

Division number 8 - 1 yes, 12 no Voting yes: Simon Hughes Voting no: Adrian Bailey, Crispin Blunt, Helen Clark, Paul Clark, Charles Clarke, John Grogan, Fabian Hamilton, Joan Humble, David Lock, Geraldine Smith, Gerry Sutcliffe, Gareth Thomas

Public Bill Committee: Criminal Justice and Police Bill: Clause 44 - Power for police to make schemes (1 Mar 2001)

Division number 20 - 10 yes, 6 no Voting yes: Adrian Bailey, Helen Clark, Paul Clark, Charles Clarke, Joan Humble, Stephen Ladyman, David Lock, Geraldine Smith, Gerry Sutcliffe, Gareth Thomas Voting no: Jackie Ballard, Crispin Blunt, James Gray, Nick Hawkins, Oliver Heald, Simon Hughes

Public Bill Committee: Criminal Justice and Police Bill: New clause 1 - Exclusion of prisoners convicted of assaulting police officers, etc, from power to release short-term prisoners on licence (6 Mar 2001)

Division number 23 - 7 yes, 8 no Voting yes: Jackie Ballard, Crispin Blunt, James Gray, Nick Hawkins, Oliver Heald, Simon Hughes, Nicholas Lyell Voting no: Adrian Bailey, Helen Clark, Paul Clark, Charles Clarke, John Grogan, Stephen Ladyman, Siobhain McDonagh, Gerry Sutcliffe

Public Bill Committee: Criminal Justice and Police Bill: New Clause 13 - Use of electronic communication to engage in, incite, entice, or solicit an act of gross indecency with a child: amendment of the indecency with children act 1960 (6 Mar 2001)

Division number 25 - 7 yes, 9 no Voting yes: Jackie Ballard, Crispin Blunt, James Gray, Nick Hawkins, Oliver Heald, Simon Hughes, Nicholas Lyell Voting no: Adrian Bailey, Helen Clark, Paul Clark, Charles Clarke, John Grogan, Stephen Ladyman, David Lock, Siobhain McDonagh, Gerry Sutcliffe

Public Bill Committee: Criminal Justice and Police Bill: New Clause 16 - Summary offence of urination or defecation in a public place (6 Mar 2001)

Division number 28 - 5 yes, 11 no Voting yes: Crispin Blunt, James Gray, Nick Hawkins, Oliver Heald, Nicholas Lyell Voting no: Adrian Bailey, Jackie Ballard, Helen Clark, Paul Clark, Charles Clarke, John Grogan, Simon Hughes, Stephen Ladyman, David Lock, Siobhain McDonagh, Gerry Sutcliffe

Questions to the Mayor of London — TfL Bailout Meetings: TfL Bailout Meetings (17 Nov 2020)

Sadiq Khan: ...the Transport for London (TfL) funding agreement, both at political and official level. The dates and GLA/TfL attendees are provided below: Date GLA/TfL attendees 18 March 2020 Mike Brown (TfL), Simon Kilonback (TfL), Vernon Everitt (TfL), Sarah Gasson (TfL), Laura Fenimore (TfL) 19 March 2020 Heidi Alexander (Deputy Mayor Transport), Simon Kilonback (TfL), Tim Steer (GLA) 23 March 2020...

Public Bill Committee: Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Bill: Examination of Witnesses (16 Oct 2014)

Simon Clarke: My name is Simon Clarke. I am a director of Morgan and Clarke chartered surveyors, tied publican of the Eagle Ale House in Battersea and a member of the steering group for the Fair Pint campaign, the Independent Pub Confederation and Fair Deal for Your Local. You could call me the bad penny. I have been at all four witness sessions for the Select Committee since 2008. I was...

Previous Business – Commons: Select Committee (19 Jul 2016)

Business, Innovation and Skills: Pubs Code Adjudicator. 12:30 pm; Room 6, Palace of Westminster
Witnesses: Dave Mountford, Pubs Advisory Service & Landlord Gary Mason, Tied Tenant Simon Clarke, Tied Tenant and Royal Institute of Surveyors Surveyor Stuart Gallyot, Company Secretary & Director of Legal & Estates, Punch Taverns Simon Townsend, Chief Executive Officer, Enterpirse Inns

Public Bill Committee: Criminal Justice and Police Bill: Clause 2 - Penalty notices (13 Feb 2001)

Division number 5 - 5 yes, 11 no Voting yes: Crispin Blunt, James Gray, Nick Hawkins, Oliver Heald, Nicholas Lyell Voting no: Adrian Bailey, Helen Clark, Charles Clarke, John Grogan, Fabian Hamilton, Simon Hughes, Joan Humble, Stephen Ladyman, David Lock, Gerry Sutcliffe, Gareth Thomas

Public Bill Committee: Criminal Justice and Police Bill: Clause 7 - Notification of court and date of trial (15 Feb 2001)

Division number 10 - 10 yes, 7 no Voting yes: Adrian Bailey, Helen Clark, Charles Clarke, John Grogan, Joan Humble, David Lock, Stephen McCabe, Geraldine Smith, Gerry Sutcliffe, Gareth Thomas Voting no: Jackie Ballard, Crispin Blunt, James Gray, Nick Hawkins, Oliver Heald, Simon Hughes, Nicholas Lyell

Public Bill Committee: Criminal Justice and Police Bill: Clause 19 - Closure of certain licensed premises due todisorder or disturbance (27 Feb 2001)

Division number 12 - 7 yes, 11 no Voting yes: Jackie Ballard, Crispin Blunt, James Gray, Nick Hawkins, Oliver Heald, Simon Hughes, Nicholas Lyell Voting no: Adrian Bailey, Paul Clark, Charles Clarke, John Grogan, Fabian Hamilton, Joan Humble, Stephen Ladyman, David Lock, Stephen McCabe, Siobhain McDonagh, Gerry Sutcliffe

Public Bill Committee: Criminal Justice and Police Bill: Clause 45 - Extension of existing disclosure Powers (6 Mar 2001)

Division number 21 - 5 yes, 8 no Voting yes: Crispin Blunt, James Gray, Nick Hawkins, Oliver Heald, Simon Hughes Voting no: Adrian Bailey, Paul Clark, Charles Clarke, John Grogan, Stephen Ladyman, Stephen McCabe, Gerry Sutcliffe, Gareth Thomas

Public Bill Committee: Criminal Justice and Police Bill: Clause 72 - Use of video and telephone links for decisions about detention (7 Mar 2001)

Division number 29 - 8 yes, 2 no Voting yes: Adrian Bailey, Paul Clark, Charles Clarke, John Grogan, Stephen McCabe, Siobhain McDonagh, Geraldine Smith, Gerry Sutcliffe Voting no: Jackie Ballard, Simon Hughes

Public Bill Committee: Criminal Justice and Police Bill: Clause 74 - Use of video links for proceedings about terrorism act detention (7 Mar 2001)

Division number 30 - 7 yes, 1 no Voting yes: Adrian Bailey, Paul Clark, Charles Clarke, John Grogan, Stephen McCabe, Siobhain McDonagh, Gerry Sutcliffe Voting no: Simon Hughes

Oral Answers to Questions — Spain (British Subject's Arrest). (18 Apr 1934)

Mr John Simon: I made a statement about this case in the course of Debate on the 14th March. I have since learned that Mr. Clark, who was arrested on the 6th February, was brought before a military tribunal sitting in camera on the 20th February on suspicion of complicity in espionage. The tribunal has not yet, I understand, reached its decision. Mr. Clark was in solitary confinement for three days after...


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