Nearly 100 Tory MPs Revolt Last Night – But What Did MP Mark Menzies Do?

Nearly 100 backbenchers defied the party whip to vote against the Government on Tuesday 14th December, with almost half of the Prime Minister’s MPs voting against the introduction of compulsory Covid passes in nightclubs and large venues in England.

But how did MP Mark Menzies represent the Fylde on this occasion?

On all motions Mark Menzies did NOT vote (i.e. MARK MENZIES – NO VOTE RECORDED)

  • On ‘Health Regulations (Face Coverings)’ No Vote Recorded
  • On ‘Health Regulations (Entry To Venue Etc.)’ No Vote Recorded
  • On ‘Health and Social Care Act 2008 (Regulated Activities) (Amendment)(Coronavirus) (No 2) Regulations 2021’ (this is with regard to Vaccinated NHS Workers) No Vote Recorded

The Tory rebellion vote would have been 101 as the two Tory tellers (MP Philip Hollobone & MP Jackie Doyle-Price) rebelled and their votes were not officially recorded.

Others who voted against the motions included Labour MPs Jeremy Corbyn, Diane Abbott, Rebecca Long Bailey and Graham Stringer.

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