V1084 – Agriculture and Fisheries (Amendment) Bill 2016 Watch

Poll: Should this bill be passed into law?
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On the contrary, No (23)
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Abstain (6)
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V1084 – Agriculture and Fisheries (Amendment) Bill 2016, TSR Government

AGRICULTURAL AND FISHERIES (AMENDMENT) BILL 2016
A Bill to amend the the Agriculture and Fisheries Act 2016 to protect the British agricultural industry.

BE IT ENACTED by The Queen's most Excellent Majesty, by and with the advice and consent of the Commons in this present Parliament assembled, in accordance with the provisions of the Parliament Acts 1911 and 1949, and by the authority of the same, as follows:-

1. Amendment
Section 2.2 and 2.3 of the Agricultural and Fisheries Bill 2016 (B961) is hereby repealed.

2. Commencement, Short Title and Extent
(1) This Act may be referred to as the Agriculture and Fisheries (Amendment) Bill 2016
(2) This Act will extend to the United Kingdom; and;
(3) This Act shall come into force upon Royal Assent.


NotesThe government has chosen to respond to Crisis 08 with action, not words. The agricultural community rightly feel betrayed by the TSR Conservative and Unionist Party (it is a shame they only realized how screwed they had become once a Labour-Socialist government was elected) and this government endeavors to right the wrong.

Original Bill: https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/sho....php?t=4007117
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No, for the reasons stated in the debate thread.
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Abstain, although I appreciate the government's efforts to appease these respective industries; I feel that this legislation has been rushed somewhat.

Although I disagree with the conservative's approach of repealing CAP and CFP with nothing to replace them in the statute book, I still feel, as does much of the agricultural community, that CAP is a fundamentally flawed policy, and simply reinstating it isn't the right way to proceed.

If the prime minister wishes to revise this and introduces some alternative, replacement legislation in a second reading, I may well vote aye.
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Nay.

A vote for this bill is a vote for subsidies.
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I am surprised the Leader of the Opposition is allowing rebellions on a close bill to repeal key parts of flagship Conservative Party legislation. And the irony of the ex-Prime Minister rebelling against party policy when he sacked MPs, and Ministers for doing the same thing makes me laugh.
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Unlike you guys (especially Nigel, lol), I have a life beyond the realm of the internet and have been on a holiday and voting on my phone for more than two weeks now. Obviously, I mistakenly chose the wrong option... **** you, Labour policy.

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Please change my vote to a no. Thanks!
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Mr Speaker, after some deliberation, I have decided that a nay would better suit my aims and would increase the chance of getting a better deal for the agricultural industry.

In light of this change of heart, would it be possible for me to change my vote from an abstention to a nay?

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(Original post by Connor27)
Mr Speaker, after some deliberation, I have decided that a nay would better suit my aims and would increase the chance of getting a better deal for the agricultural industry.

In light of this change of heart, would it be possible for me to change my vote from an abstention to a nay?

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When I see a Thatcherite supporting a pro-EU bill, I think of two things: not a Thatcherite, or they have been whipped.
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(Original post by Life_peer)
Unlike you guys (especially Nigel, lol), I have a life beyond the realm of the internet and have been on a holiday and voting on my phone for more than two weeks now. Obviously, I mistakenly chose the wrong option... **** you, Labour policy.

Please change my vote to a no. Thanks!
One Aye has been changed to a No for seat 20 (Life_peer).

(Original post by Connor27)
Mr Speaker, after some deliberation, I have decided that a nay would better suit my aims and would increase the chance of getting a better deal for the agricultural industry.

In light of this change of heart, would it be possible for me to change my vote from an abstention to a nay?
One Abstention has been changed to a No for seat 32 (Connor27 for Airmed).
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Saracen's Fez Can I change my vote to an aye please, miss click.
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(Original post by JoeL1994)
Saracen's Fez Can I change my vote to an aye please, miss click.
A former Kipper who wishes to remain in CAP?
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(Original post by Rakas21)
A former Kipper who wishes to remain in CAP?
Do not forget the Thatcherite who has decided he supports excessive government subsidies: Petros, and TDA have been cracking his whip.
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(Original post by JoeL1994)
Saracen's Fez Can I change my vote to an aye please, miss click.
One Abstention has been changed to an Aye for seat 4.

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Why are you rebelling against your party by voting to get rid of you own party's policy?
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Do not forget the Thatcherite who has decided he supports excessive government subsidies: Petros has been cracking his whip.
I clearly stated that I'm opposed to CAP and CFP did I not? In the first place, I only abstained and didn't explicitly support the bill...

I also fail to see why JoeL's vote is relevant to the liberal party whips considering he's a labour MP.
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(Original post by Connor27)
I clearly stated that I'm opposed to CAP and CFP did I not? In the first place, I only abstained and didn't explicitly support the bill...

I also fail to see why JoeL's vote is irrelevant to the liberal party whips considering he's a labour MP.
If you were a Thatcherite you would not be supporting a bill that reinstates government subsidies, which is what this bill does, you would support this bill but then support a proper reform bill later.
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(Original post by Nigel Farage MEP)
Why are you rebelling against your party by voting to get rid of you own party's policy?
Sorry, nay, I meant.
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Sorry, nay, I meant.
Are you going to change your vote?
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Are you going to change your vote?
Yeah, how do I do that?
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Yeah, how do I do that?
Tell the Speaker in this thread.
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