Tim Loughton MP voting record

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Dear House of Commons,

I am interested in obtaining the House of Commons voting record for Tim Loughton, MP (Shoreham and East Worthing). I hope you are able to assist my request.

Yours faithfully,

LJS Whitton

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FOICOMMONS, House of Commons

Dear LJS Whitton,

Thank you for your request for information which is copied below.

You asked about participation in divisions by an individual Member of
Parliament.

The list of who voted which way in a division is available in Hansard
which can be accessed on the parliament website www.parliament.uk at
8.00am on the day following a debate. The direct link to Hansard can be
found below:

URL: http://www.publications.parliament.uk/pa...

Each division will show the number and names of "ayes" and "noes" and also
the names of the tellers for each side. For more information on the
division procedure, please look at our Factsheet P9:

URL:
http://www.parliament.uk/parliamentary_p...

There are no official lists showing individual MPs' participation in
divisions or other Parliamentary proceedings. The Sessional Returns and
the Sessional Information Digest are published after the end of a session
and give aggregate information for the House but does not break this down
by Member. The House of Commons Information Office
([1][email address]) can provide lists showing participation by
Members on request, and detailed statistics can be found on the
'Divisions' page on the website at the following link:

URL: http://www.parliament.uk/useful/ul_divis...

In addition, from the parliament website you can access the text of
debates shortly after they have taken place via the 'Today in the Commons'
link which can be accessed at:

URL: http://www.publications.parliament.uk/pa...

Furthermore, there are unofficial sources of information available. In
particular, " The Public Whip" provides a database of Members' voting
records in divisions using data extracted from the Hansard lists:
http://www.publicwhip.org.uk. This can be used to produce a record for an
individual Member. Please note that the House of Commons is not
responsible for this website and cannot guarantee the validity of the
data.

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Yours sincerely

Katarina Ndrepepaj | Freedom of Information Coordinator

Information Rights and Information Security (IRIS) Service | Department of
Resources

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