Posted by: westlancashirerecord | January 31, 2019

Rosie Cooper 4 More Brexit Votes

Deferred Divisions – Exiting The European Union (Consumer Protection) (30 Jan 2019) Voted no (division #314; result was 310 aye, 268 no)

Deferred Divisions – Exiting The European Union (Financial Services And Markets) (30 Jan 2019) Voted no (division #315; result was 310 aye, 261 no)

Deferred Divisions – Exiting The European Union (Agriculture) (30 Jan 2019) Voted no (division #316; result was 311 aye, 267 no)

Delegated Legislation – exiting the European Union (Merchant Shipping) (30 Jan 2019) Voted no (division #320; result was 289 aye, 243 no)


Responses

  1. Making it harder to actually Brexit with those votes. Following the Labour whip with opposition for the sake of it. Why not ask her for a reasoned argument as to why she voted the way she did on these more technical matters?

    • It’s all becoming quite convoluted. Perhaps the recent local press publicity in the constituency might bring us some clarity? It’s rumoured she faces Labour Party sanctions, whatever they might be.


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