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V1093 – Abortion Equality Bill 2016 (Amended Second Reading) Watch

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    I'm of two minds here - in its current form, nay. However, that's what amendments are for

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    (Original post by Andy98)
    I'm of two minds here - in its current form, nay. However, that's what amendments are for

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    (Original post by Aph)
    Never vote for something assuming amendments because they might not pass.

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    That's why I was gonna abstain

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    Nay until I see a better version.
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    (Original post by Emily Porter)
    Nay. Even if a father aborts parental responsibility, they should remain financially responsible to some extent.
    I'm also voting No for this reason.
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    (Original post by Emily Porter)
    Nay. Even if a father aborts parental responsibility, they should remain financially responsible to some extent.
    But if a woman wants to abort parent responsibility they can, no questions asked, along with financial responsibility: modern discrimination in action

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    Could you change my vote to a nay please?
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    (Original post by frankielogue)
    Could you change my vote to a nay please?
    One Abstention has been changed to a No for seat 48.
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    Abstain.

    While i like giving fathers greater rights, this would also reduce the native birth rate by providing females with a greater incentive to abort.

    Also formatting.
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    One vote has been removed for Andy98, who did some proxying a while ago and mysteriously is still in the usergroup (–1 Abstention).
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    Ayes to the right: 19
    Noes to the left: 17
    Abstentions: 12

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