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Information regarding "Human Rights: Xinjiang" debate on 22nd April 2021

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Dear House of Commons,

I am writing to you to request information regarding a debate that took place in the House of Commons, specifically the "Human Rights: Xinjiang" debate on the 22nd April 2021.

https://hansard.parliament.uk/Commons/20...

This debate has been widely reported in the media - with references to a vote - but no such information appears to be available on hansard.parliament.uk.

Specifically, I am asking for three pieces of information regarding any votes that took place during this debate.

1) How many MPs voted?
2) What were the results of the vote, expressed numerically?
3) Which MPs voted?

Yours faithfully,

A. Hawthorne

FOI Commons, Tŷ'r Cyffredin

Dear A Hawthorne,

 

Freedom of Information request F21-207

 

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From: A. Hawthorne <[FOI #752115 email]>
Sent: 30 April 2021 19:03
To: FOI Commons <[email address]>
Subject: Freedom of Information request - Information regarding "Human
Rights: Xinjiang" debate on 22nd April 2021

 

Dear House of Commons,

I am writing to you to request information regarding a debate that took
place in the House of Commons, specifically the "Human Rights: Xinjiang"
debate on the 22nd April 2021.

[6]https://hansard.parliament.uk/Commons/20...

This debate has been widely reported in the media - with references to a
vote - but no such information appears to be available on
hansard.parliament.uk.

Specifically, I am asking for three pieces of information regarding any
votes that took place during this debate.

1) How many MPs voted?
2) What were the results of the vote, expressed numerically?
3) Which MPs voted?

Yours faithfully,

A. Hawthorne

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Gadawodd Jack Doyle anodiad ()

Articles in the media correctly state that it was unanimous - the motion was therefore approved "on the voices" with no formal vote.
https://www.ft.com/content/ba7d3a76-8222...

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Dear A Hawthorne,

 

 

Freedom of Information Request F21-207

 

Thank you for your request for information as copied below. You have asked
the House of Commons three questions regarding the ‘Human Rights:
Xinjiang’ debate which took place on 22 April 2021, which we have sought
to answer below.

 

 1. How many MPs voted?
 2. What were the results of the vote, expressed numerically?

and

 3. Which MPs voted?

 

This information is not held by the House of Commons. I hope the following
information is useful in explaining why this is the case.

 

The debate you refer to was over a motion moved by Nusrat Ghani MP, which
is referred to at the start of the Hansard for the debate. However, no
vote (known as a ‘division’) was held on this motion. Instead, as shown in
Hansard for the debate, the question was “put and agreed to”. This means
that when the debate ended and the Chair (normally the Speaker) put the
question to the House of whether the motion be agreed, there were no calls
from Members of ‘No’ (i.e. that they disagree with the motion). Therefore,
no division was necessary and the motion was carried.

 

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From: A. Hawthorne <
Sent: 30 April 2021 19:03
To: FOI Commons <[7][email address]>
Subject: Freedom of Information request - Information regarding "Human
Rights: Xinjiang" debate on 22nd April 2021

 

Dear House of Commons,

I am writing to you to request information regarding a debate that took
place in the House of Commons, specifically the "Human Rights: Xinjiang"
debate on the 22nd April 2021.

[8]https://hansard.parliament.uk/Commons/20...

This debate has been widely reported in the media - with references to a
vote - but no such information appears to be available on
hansard.parliament.uk.

Specifically, I am asking for three pieces of information regarding any
votes that took place during this debate.

1) How many MPs voted?
2) What were the results of the vote, expressed numerically?
3) Which MPs voted?

Yours faithfully,

A. Hawthorne

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