Nay - a most bigoted bill.
I support this being allowed to go to division, but nay, it's a vile, disgusting Bill.
Automatic withdrawal, in the sense of the killing of an item, after cessation is a really bad idea in the first place.
A tad too draconian I'm afraid.Section 3(4)(c) in particular would undermine the teaching of history, which necessarily requires looking both at the triumphs and failures of the UK, and analysing why they failed and why they succeeded.
Haha, NO! It's a bit ****ing stupid... there are bits I support, but overall, I can't support it as is.
I do think something needs to be done about items being withdrawn after the time has ended. At this rate, it seems the Speaker would allow something a week late to go through - imo, that shouldn't happen. Oh well, another shortcoming I guess.
Raise your hand if you can imagine me singing God Save the Queen.
Nay from me from this absolutely horrendous bill that fails to reflect that although you may live in the UK you are not necessarily British. Then again, this is UKIP, so I'm not surprised.
As Shadow Secretary of state for Education I believe this bill to be fantastic, as it shows true patriotic values, which are the cornerstone of our society.
Ayes to the right: 10
Noes to the left: 28
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