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No, these titles are not used in either the Scottish Parliament or the Welsh Senedd. The predominant reason for this is that there is no restriction in these chambers about referring to members by name - in the House of Commons, this is prohibited - the only time a member is mentioned by name is when they are disciplined (or "named") by the chair. ...


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Committee vote, 2nd reading. the last table has it by group and EP name. It was 33 for, 15 against, 1 abstained, but the PPE vote appears to have been split on East-West lines (as you'd expect for this kind of road-freight debate) Romanians, Bulgarians, Hungarians and Poles voted against. I (also) found the plenary vote for the first reading. Final vote at ...


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It's not likely to be the kind of consequences you're thinking of, but in 2007 Trevor Mallard punched Tau Henare after Henare "made a remark in the debating chamber about the minister's private life". A member of the public then launched a private prosecution against him for assault, to which he plead guilty and agreed to pay $500 to charity. There'...


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