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Public Bill Committee: Trade Union Bill: Clause 18 - Minor and consequential amendments (27 Oct 2015)

Division number 40 - 10 yes, 8 no Voting yes: Edward Argar, Stephen Barclay, Nicholas Boles, James Cartlidge, Nusrat Ghani, John Howell, Seema Kennedy, Anne Marie Morris, Victoria Prentis, Rishi Sunak Voting no: Tom Blenkinsop, Lisa Cameron, Stephen Doughty, Julie Elliott, Ian Mearns, Jessica Morden, Chris Stephens, Jo Stevens

Public Bill Committee: Trade Union Bill: Schedule 4 - Minor and consequential amendments (27 Oct 2015)

Division number 41 - 10 yes, 8 no Voting yes: Edward Argar, Stephen Barclay, Nicholas Boles, James Cartlidge, Nusrat Ghani, John Howell, Seema Kennedy, Anne Marie Morris, Victoria Prentis, Rishi Sunak Voting no: Tom Blenkinsop, Lisa Cameron, Stephen Doughty, Julie Elliott, Ian Mearns, Jessica Morden, Chris Stephens, Jo Stevens

Public Bill Committee: Trade Union Bill: Clause 19 - Financial provision (27 Oct 2015)

Division number 42 - 10 yes, 8 no Voting yes: Edward Argar, Stephen Barclay, Nicholas Boles, James Cartlidge, Nusrat Ghani, John Howell, Seema Kennedy, Anne Marie Morris, Victoria Prentis, Rishi Sunak Voting no: Tom Blenkinsop, Lisa Cameron, Stephen Doughty, Julie Elliott, Ian Mearns, Jessica Morden, Chris Stephens, Jo Stevens

Public Bill Committee: Trade Union Bill: Clause 20 - Extent (27 Oct 2015)

Division number 43 - 10 yes, 8 no Voting yes: Edward Argar, Stephen Barclay, Nicholas Boles, James Cartlidge, Nusrat Ghani, John Howell, Seema Kennedy, Anne Marie Morris, Victoria Prentis, Rishi Sunak Voting no: Tom Blenkinsop, Lisa Cameron, Stephen Doughty, Julie Elliott, Ian Mearns, Jessica Morden, Chris Stephens, Jo Stevens

Public Bill Committee: Trade Union Bill: Clause 21 - Commencement (27 Oct 2015)

Division number 44 - 8 yes, 7 no Voting yes: Edward Argar, Stephen Barclay, Nicholas Boles, James Cartlidge, Nusrat Ghani, Anne Marie Morris, Victoria Prentis, Rishi Sunak Voting no: Tom Blenkinsop, Lisa Cameron, Stephen Doughty, Julie Elliott, Ian Mearns, Chris Stephens, Jo Stevens

Public Bill Committee: Trade Union Bill: Clause 22 - Short title (27 Oct 2015)

Division number 45 - 10 yes, 8 no Voting yes: Edward Argar, Stephen Barclay, Nicholas Boles, James Cartlidge, Nusrat Ghani, John Howell, Seema Kennedy, Anne Marie Morris, Victoria Prentis, Rishi Sunak Voting no: Tom Blenkinsop, Lisa Cameron, Stephen Doughty, Julie Elliott, Ian Mearns, Jessica Morden, Chris Stephens, Jo Stevens

Public Bill Committee: Trade Union Bill: New Clause 11 - Prohibition on deduction of union subscriptions from wages in public sector (27 Oct 2015)

Division number 46 - 10 yes, 7 no Voting yes: Edward Argar, Stephen Barclay, Nicholas Boles, James Cartlidge, Nusrat Ghani, John Howell, Seema Kennedy, Anne Marie Morris, Victoria Prentis, Rishi Sunak Voting no: Tom Blenkinsop, Lisa Cameron, Stephen Doughty, Julie Elliott, Jessica Morden, Chris Stephens, Jo Stevens

Public Bill Committee: Trade Union Bill: New Clause 10 - The Certification Officer (27 Oct 2015)

...Jessica Morden, Chris Stephens, Jo Stevens Voting no: Edward Argar, Stephen Barclay, Nicholas Boles, James Cartlidge, Nusrat Ghani, John Howell, Seema Kennedy, Anne Marie Morris, Victoria Prentis, Rishi Sunak

Public Bill Committee: Trade Union Bill: New Clause 12 - Industrial action and agency workers (27 Oct 2015)

...Jessica Morden, Chris Stephens, Jo Stevens Voting no: Edward Argar, Stephen Barclay, Nicholas Boles, James Cartlidge, Nusrat Ghani, John Howell, Seema Kennedy, Anne Marie Morris, Victoria Prentis, Rishi Sunak

Oral Answers to Questions — Business, Innovation and Skills: Topical Questions (10 Nov 2015)

Rishi Sunak: I welcome the Government’s ambition for 3 million apprenticeship starts in this Parliament—three times the number under the last Labour Administration. As the numbers rise, will the Minister ensure that those apprenticeships provide the high-quality skills that our young people deserve and our employers demand?

Oral Answers to Questions — Treasury: Long-Term Economic Plan (1 Dec 2015)

Rishi Sunak: The Government’s economic plan rightly prioritises infrastructure, and I welcome yesterday’s announcement of a new chairman for Transport for the North. Does my hon. Friend agree that continued investment in Yorkshire and the north is vital to rebalancing our national economy?

Petitions: School Funding Model (1 Dec 2015)

Rishi Sunak: I rise to present a petition on behalf of the residents of Richmond, North Yorkshire, which is written in the same terms as that presented by my hon. Friend the Member for Beverley and Holderness. The Petition of the residents of Richmond (Yorks). [P001621]

Oral Answers to Questions — Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Topical Questions (17 Dec 2015)

Rishi Sunak: If she will make a statement on her departmental responsibilities.

Public Bill Committee: Energy BILL [Lords]: Clause 8 - Transportation and storage of greenhouse gases (26 Jan 2016)

...Pennycook, Alan Whitehead Voting no: Phil Boswell, James Cartlidge, Suella Fernandes, Luke Hall, Chris Heaton-Harris, Simon Hoare, Andrea Leadsom, Callum McCaig, Paul Maynard, Julian Smith, Rishi Sunak, Matt Warman

Public Bill Committee: Energy BILL [Lords]: Clause 9 - Matters to which the OGA must have regard (26 Jan 2016)

...Pennycook, Alan Whitehead Voting no: Phil Boswell, James Cartlidge, Suella Fernandes, Luke Hall, Chris Heaton-Harris, Simon Hoare, Andrea Leadsom, Callum McCaig, Paul Maynard, Julian Smith, Rishi Sunak, Matt Warman

Public Bill Committee: Energy BILL [Lords]: Clause 10 - Directions: national security and public interest (26 Jan 2016)

...McCaig, Matthew Pennycook, Alan Whitehead Voting no: James Cartlidge, Oliver Dowden, Suella Fernandes, Luke Hall, Chris Heaton-Harris, Simon Hoare, Andrea Leadsom, Paul Maynard, Julian Smith, Rishi Sunak, Matt Warman

Oral Answers to Questions — Treasury: Departmental Pay: Living Wage (19 Jan 2016)

Rishi Sunak: According to my calculations, someone who earns £7.85 an hour today will benefit from rises in the personal tax allowance and the national living wage, and, by the end of this Parliament, will be more than £1,500 better off. Does my right hon. Friend agree that that proves that this Government are committed to making work pay?

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (20 Jan 2016)

Rishi Sunak: With mounting global economic uncertainty, it was comforting to see this morning’s figures showing record UK employment. In this new age of kinder, consensual politics, does my right hon. Friend agree that every Member of this House should welcome the news that from North Yorkshire to north London, Britain is back in work?

Oral Answers to Questions — Business, Innovation and Skills: Apprenticeships (2 Feb 2016)

John Bercow: I am sure the hon. Member for Richmond (Yorks) (Rishi Sunak) feels a warm glow.

Public Bill Committee: Energy Bill [Lords]: Clause 80 - Emissions trading: United Kingdom carbon account (2 Feb 2016)

...McCaig, Matthew Pennycook, Alan Whitehead Voting no: James Cartlidge, Oliver Dowden, Suella Fernandes, Luke Hall, Chris Heaton-Harris, Simon Hoare, Andrea Leadsom, Paul Maynard, Julian Smith, Rishi Sunak, Matt Warman


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