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Former Labour MP for West Bromwich East (7 Jun 2001 – 6 Nov 2019)


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Investigatory Powers Bill - Report (2nd Day) (17 Oct 2016)

Lord Rosser: ...amendment relates to Clause 58, which some people, although not the noble Baroness, Lady Jones, have referred to in the context of a recent opinion by the ECJ Advocate-General in the case involving Tom Watson MP. We do not support the amendment but I want to make it clear that the fact that we are opposed to it does not mean that we have decided that the clause as it stands meets the...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Digital Heritage (20 Jan 2010)

Alan Haselhurst: ... [Interruption]-Order. I am sorry that I am giving the hon. Gentleman a bad time, but it is a fairly usual procedure, if he will bear with me. Question put and agreed to. Ordered, That Mr. Tom Watson, Mr. Don Foster, Mr. Dai Davies, Andrew Miller, Mr. Fraser Kemp, Natascha Engel, Chris Ruane, Ms Katy Clark, Joan Walley and Mr. John Grogan present the Bill. Mr. Tom Watson accordingly...

Public Bill Committee: Consumers, Estate Agents and Redress Bill: Schedule 6 (24 Apr 2007)

Division number 1 - 7 yes, 9 no Voting yes: Lorely Burt, Tom Clarke, Tobias Ellwood, David Gauke, Susan Kramer, Mark Prisk, Ben Wallace Voting no: Lyn Brown, Tom Clarke, Jim Fitzpatrick, Sharon Hodgson, Stephen McCabe, Ian McCartney, Stephen Pound, Neil Turner, Tom Watson

Public Bill Committee: Crossrail Bill: Schedule 7 (22 Nov 2007)

Division number 2 - 5 yes, 9 no Voting yes: Brian Binley, Mark Field, Stephen Hammond, Lee Scott, Jeremy Wright Voting no: Gordon Banks, Tom Brake, Lyn Brown, Tom Harris, Khalid Mahmood, Anne Snelgrove, Peter Soulsby, Mark Tami, Tom Watson

Public Bill Committee: Crossrail Bill: Clause 11 (22 Nov 2007)

Division number 3 - 6 yes, 8 no Voting yes: Brian Binley, Tom Brake, Mark Field, Stephen Hammond, Lee Scott, Jeremy Wright Voting no: Gordon Banks, Lyn Brown, Tom Harris, Khalid Mahmood, Anne Snelgrove, Peter Soulsby, Mark Tami, Tom Watson

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: Cadet Forces (26 Jun 2006)

Tom Watson: This chastened Private Watson will take away the hon. Gentleman's suggestion and consider it. There is not a deep pot of money for our cadet forces, but they do remarkable things with small pots of money. Wherever we can help them, we do so.

Written Answers — Communities and Local Government: Audit Commission: Public Appointments (4 Nov 2010)

Tom Watson: To ask the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government whether his Department sought legal advice on its decision not to reappoint Ms Jenny Watson to the board of the Audit Commission; and if he will make a statement.

Written Answers — Education: Freedom of Information (14 Mar 2013)

Tom Watson: ...consulted as a qualified person under the provisions of the Freedom of Information Act 2000 on responses to Freedom of Information requests submitted by the hon. Member for West Bromwich East (Mr Watson) made since May 2010.

Public Bill Committee: Consumers, Estate Agents and Redress Bill: Clause 30 (19 Apr 2007)

Division number 1 - 2 yes, 8 no Voting yes: Lorely Burt, Susan Kramer Voting no: Lyn Brown, Tom Clarke, Jim Fitzpatrick, Sharon Hodgson, Stephen McCabe, Stephen Pound, Neil Turner, Tom Watson

Public Bill Committee: Consumers, Estate Agents and Redress Bill: New clause 1 (24 Apr 2007)

Division number 6 - 6 yes, 8 no Voting yes: Lorely Burt, Tobias Ellwood, David Gauke, Susan Kramer, Mark Prisk, Ben Wallace Voting no: Lyn Brown, Tom Clarke, Ann Cryer, Jim Fitzpatrick, Sharon Hodgson, Stephen McCabe, Ian McCartney, Tom Watson

Public Bill Committee: Consumers, Estate Agents and Redress Bill: New Clause 3 (24 Apr 2007)

Division number 7 - 6 yes, 8 no Voting yes: Lorely Burt, Tobias Ellwood, David Gauke, Susan Kramer, Mark Prisk, Ben Wallace Voting no: Lyn Brown, Tom Clarke, Ann Cryer, Jim Fitzpatrick, Sharon Hodgson, Stephen McCabe, Ian McCartney, Tom Watson

Public Bill Committee: Crossrail Bill: Clause 7 (22 Nov 2007)

Division number 1 - 6 yes, 8 no Voting yes: Brian Binley, Mark Field, Stephen Hammond, Susan Kramer, Lee Scott, Jeremy Wright Voting no: Lyn Brown, Jon Cruddas, Tom Harris, Khalid Mahmood, Anne Snelgrove, Peter Soulsby, Mark Tami, Tom Watson

Public Bill Committee: Crossrail Bill: Clause 24 (22 Nov 2007)

Division number 4 - 6 yes, 9 no Voting yes: Brian Binley, Mark Field, Stephen Hammond, Susan Kramer, Lee Scott, Jeremy Wright Voting no: Gordon Banks, Celia Barlow, Lyn Brown, Jon Cruddas, Tom Harris, Khalid Mahmood, Anne Snelgrove, Peter Soulsby, Tom Watson

Public Bill Committee: Crossrail Bill: Clause 61 (27 Nov 2007)

Division number 6 - 5 yes, 8 no Voting yes: Brian Binley, Mark Field, Stephen Hammond, Lee Scott, Jeremy Wright Voting no: Celia Barlow, Jon Cruddas, Tom Harris, Khalid Mahmood, Anne Snelgrove, Peter Soulsby, Mark Tami, Tom Watson

Public Bill Committee: Crossrail Bill: Clause 62 (27 Nov 2007)

Division number 7 - 5 yes, 8 no Voting yes: Brian Binley, Mark Field, Stephen Hammond, Lee Scott, Jeremy Wright Voting no: Celia Barlow, Jon Cruddas, Tom Harris, Susan Kramer, Khalid Mahmood, Peter Soulsby, Mark Tami, Tom Watson

Public Bill Committee: Crossrail Bill: New Clause 2 (27 Nov 2007)

Division number 8 - 6 yes, 7 no Voting yes: Brian Binley, Mark Field, Stephen Hammond, Susan Kramer, Lee Scott, Jeremy Wright Voting no: Celia Barlow, Jon Cruddas, Tom Harris, Khalid Mahmood, Peter Soulsby, Mark Tami, Tom Watson

Public Bill Committee: Proceeds of Crime Bill: Clause 10 - Available amount (20 Nov 2001)

Division number 3 - 5 yes, 13 no Voting yes: Norman Baker, Mark Field, Dominic Grieve, Nick Hawkins, David Wilshire Voting no: Bob Ainsworth, Wayne David, Ian Davidson, George Foulkes, Tom Harris, Stephen Hesford, Mark Lazarowicz, Ian Lucas, Stephen McCabe, Anne McGuire, John Robertson, Paul Stinchcombe, Tom Watson

Public Bill Committee: Proceeds of Crime Bill: Clause 75 - Criminal lifestyle (4 Dec 2001)

Division number 12 - 4 yes, 10 no Voting yes: Dominic Grieve, Nick Hawkins, Boris Johnson, David Wilshire Voting no: Bob Ainsworth, Vera Baird, Helen Clark, Ian Davidson, Tom Harris, Anne McGuire, John Robertson, Paul Stinchcombe, Howard Stoate, Tom Watson

Public Bill Committee: Proceeds of Crime Bill: Schedule 3 (18 Dec 2001)

...: Mark Field, Dominic Grieve, Nick Hawkins, Boris Johnson, David Tredinnick, David Wilshire Voting no: Bob Ainsworth, Alistair Carmichael, Helen Clark, Wayne David, Ian Davidson, George Foulkes, Tom Harris, Stephen McCabe, Anne McGuire, John Robertson, Paul Stinchcombe, Tom Watson

Public Bill Committee: Proceeds of Crime Bill: Clause 255 - Restrictions on dealing etc. with property (18 Dec 2001)

Division number 21 - 13 yes, 4 no Voting yes: Bob Ainsworth, Helen Clark, Wayne David, Ian Davidson, George Foulkes, Tom Harris, Stephen Hesford, Mark Lazarowicz, Anne McGuire, John Robertson, Paul Stinchcombe, Howard Stoate, Tom Watson Voting no: Norman Baker, Mark Field, Dominic Grieve, Boris Johnson


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