Poll: Which Item should win this award?
M574 - Make American Grate Again (0)
0%
B1551 - Welfare Of Commercial Laying Hens Bill 2020, (9)
30%
B1558 - Sovereign Investment Bill 2019 (Repeal), (6)
20%
M589 - Early Parliamentary Election Motion (2)
6.67%
R57 - Ministerial Report from the Education Secretary: Laptops for Schools programme, (1)
3.33%
A238 - Amendment McAmendmentyface (5)
16.67%
B1555 - Triple Lock Bill 2020 (1)
3.33%
B1552 - Arms Exports (Regulation of) Act 2020 (2)
6.67%
None of the Above (3)
10%
B1562- Redundant courts abolition Bill (1)
3.33%
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I received 9 Nominations for Best item.

M574 – Make American Grate Again,
B1551 - Welfare Of Commercial Laying Hens Bill 2020,
B1558 – Sovereign Investment Bill 2019 (Repeal),
B1555 - Triple Lock Bill 2020,
M589 Early Parliamentary Election Motion,
R57 – Ministerial Report from the Education Secretary: Laptops for Schools programme,
B1562 Redundant Courts Abolition Bill 2020,
A238 – Amendment McAmendmentyface,
B1552 – Arms Exports (Regulation of) Acr 2020
None of the above,
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Yikes, 9 bills.
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I shall be voting for B1558.
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(Original post by Rakas21)
Yikes, 9 bills.
Yikes indeed :lol:
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(Original post by Andrew97)
I received 9 Nominations for Best item.

M574 – Make American Grate Again,
B1551 - Welfare Of Commercial Laying Hens Bill 2020,
B1558 – Sovereign Investment Bill 2019 (Repeal),
B1555 - Triple Lock Bill 2020,
M589 Early Parliamentary Election Motion,
R57 – Ministerial Report from the Education Secretary: Laptops for Schools programme,
B1562 Redundant Courts Abolition Bill 2020,
A238 – Amendment McAmendmentyface,
B1552 – Arms Exports (Regulation of) Acr 2020
None of the above,
You messed the poll up, R1562 isn't in there
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(Original post by Aph)
You messed the poll up, R1562 isn't in there
And option 3 has 2 bills.
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(Original post by Rakas21)
Yikes, 9 bills.
M574 – Make American Grate Again,
B1551 - Welfare Of Commercial Laying Hens Bill 2020,
B1558 – Sovereign Investment Bill 2019 (Repeal),
B1555 - Triple Lock Bill 2020,
M589 Early Parliamentary Election Motion,
R57 – Ministerial Report from the Education Secretary: Laptops for Schools programme,
B1562 Redundant Courts Abolition Bill 2020,
A238 – Amendment McAmendmentyface,
B1552 – Arms Exports (Regulation of) Acr 2020
None of the above,

Difficulty counting?
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Easily B1558. It saved the country for eternal bankruptcy.
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Easily B1551. It saved the country for eternal bankruptcy.
B1551 introduced arbitrary regulations to pander to the animals are people too lobby
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By voting for the 3rd option, would one be voting for SWF Repeal or Triple Lock?
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B1551 introduced arbitrary regulations to pander to the animals are people too lobby
Killing animals is bad :naughty:
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You messed the poll up, R1562 isn't in there
R1562 doesn't even exist and is unlikely to exist
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The formatting is all ****ed up on my phone.
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I will vote for B1551 for obvious reasons.
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Mr Speaker probably got drunk before creating these.
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I will vote for B1551 for obvious reasons.
A bill you were against, is that the bill that the Tories have chosen they're throwing their weight behind to try to win?
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By voting for the 3rd option, would one be voting for SWF Repeal or Triple Lock?
Fixed.
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B1558 obviously. By far the best bill and the only practical bill in reducing the defict!
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(Original post by Life_peer)
Mr Speaker probably got drunk before creating these.
Yes I was. 😂
(Original post by LiberOfLondon)
The formatting is all ****ed up on my phone.
Fixed. Copied over from a word document where I kept nominations.
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I will vote for B1551 for obvious reasons.
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