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The TSR House of Commons Hansard for Era I contains information about all the bills which have been submitted to the MHoC between its creation in May 2005 and the end of the Eleventh Parliament in October 2010. All of these bills were repealed during the Twelfth Parliament by the Great Repeal Act 2010. This article is updated by the Speaker of the House of Commons, Saracen's Fez. If you notice an error or omission, please contact the Speaker.


Contents

Bills per Parliament

Parliament | Bills
IX68
XI57
X49
VIII40
IV28
VII18
II15
V15
III12
VI11
I4

Bills of Era I

All bills of the first eleven parliaments underwent a mass repeal in the Twelfth Parliament and are kept here for archive purposes only.

The First TSR Parliament (August 2005 - November 2005)

B1 - Flat Tax Act of 2005

  • Proposed By - The Conservative Party
  • Date-7th August 2005
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout - 86%
  • Result - Bill Failed

B2 - Education Reform Act of 2005

  • Proposed By - The Liberal Democrats
  • Date- 16th August 2005
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout - 44%
  • Result - Bill Failed

B3 - Pensions Bill

  • Proposed By - The Green Party
  • Date- 16th August 2005
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout - 54%
  • Result- Bill Passed

B4 - Nuclear Power Bill of 2005

  • Proposed By- The Green Party
  • Date- 17th September 2005
  • First Reading
  • This Bill wasn't taken to vote

The Second TSR Parliament (November 2005 - April 2006)

B5 - Protection of Children (Amendments) Act 2006

  • Proposed By- The Liberal Democrats
  • Date-19th January 2006
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout- 62%
  • Result- Bill Failed

B6 - Minimum Wage Act 2006

B7 - Education Reform Bill 2006

B8 - Reform of the NHS Bill 2006

B9 - The Child Care Bill 2006

  • Proposed By-The Labour Party
  • Date- 27th January 2006
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout- 64%
  • Result- Bill Failed

B10 - Vocational Education Bill 2006

  • Proposed By- The Labour Party
  • Date- 28th January 2006
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout- 58%
  • Result- Bill Passed

The Public Smoking Ban Bill 2006

  • B11 - Proposed By- The Labour Party
  • Date- 1st February 2006
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout- 58%
  • Result- Bill Failed

B12 - The Re-introduction of Capital Punishment Bill 2006

  • Proposed By- British National Party
  • Date- 9th February
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout- 62%
  • Result- Bill Failed

B13 - Pensions Equality Act 2006

B14 - The Workplace Nurseries Bill 2006

  • Proposed By- Liberal Democrats
  • Date- 21st February 2006
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout- 74%
  • Result- Bill Failed

B15 - Pension Shortfall Bill 2006

  • Proposed By- Joint Bill from the Conservatives and Labour Parties
  • Date- 22nd February 2006
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout- 74%
  • Result- Bill passed

B16 - Public Smoking Ban Bill 2006

B17 - Prisoners Rights Bill 2006

  • Proposed By-Bikerx23 (Private Members Bill)
  • Date- 2nd March 2006
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout- 74%
  • Result- Bill Passed

B18 - London Olympic Games and Paralympic Games Bill 2006

  • Proposed By- The Liberal Democrats
  • Date- 9th March 2006
  • Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout- 76%
  • Result- Bill Passed

B19 - "The Game" Verification Bill

  • Proposed By- 2 + 2 = 5 )Private Members Bill
  • Date- 1st April 2006
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout- 56%
  • Result- Bill Failed

The Third TSR Parliament (May 2006 - November 2006)

B20 - Education (Faith Schools) Bill 2006

B21 - Bank Holiday (National Days) Bill 2006

B22 - Tobacco Bill 2006


B23 - Homicide Bill 2006

  • Proposed By- Liberal Democrats
  • Date- 29th August 2006
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout- 68%
  • Result- Bill Failed


B24 - Repeal of Identity Cards Bill 2006

  • Proposed By- The Libertarian Party
  • Date- 2nd September 2006
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout- 46%
  • Result- Bill Passed


B25 - Education (Corporal Punishment) Bill 2006

  • Proposed By- The Conservative Party
  • Date- 22nd September 2006
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout- 74%
  • Result- Bill Failed


B26 - The Correct Language and Equality in the Commons Bill 2006

  • Proposed By- Monster Raving Loony Party
  • Date- 2nd October 2006
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout- 68%
  • Result- Bill Passed


B27 - Abolition of Inheritance Tax Bill

  • Proposed By-The Libertarian Party
  • Date- 3rd October 2006
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout- 66%
  • Result- Bill Passed


B28 - Repeal of the "Correct Language Act"

  • Proposed By- The Labour Party
  • Date-13th October 2006
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout- 76%
  • Result- Bill Passed


B29 - Abolition of the Education Maintainance Allowance Bill

  • Proposed By- The Libertarian Party
  • Date- 30th October 2006
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout- 66%
  • Result- Bill Failed


B30 - Health checks in schools act (brighter futures bill) 2006

  • Proposed By- The Liberal Democrats
  • Date- 7th November 2006
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout- 72%
  • Result- Bill Failed


B31 - The Regal Bill 2006

  • Proposed By- The Liberal Democrats
  • Date- 8th November 2006
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn after first reading

The Fourth TSR Parliament (December 2006 - May 2007)

B32 - The Railway Bill 2006

  • Proposed By- The Socialist Party
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn after first reading

B33 - The Royal Mail Bill 2006

B34 - The Voting Bill 2007

  • Proposed By - The Liberal Democrats
  • Date- 14th December 2006
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout- 52%
  • Result- Bill Passed

B35 - The Organ Register Reform Bill 2006

  • Result- Bill Passed

B36 - The National Anthem Bill 2007

  • Proposed By- The Monster Raving Loony Party
  • Date- 2nd January 2007
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout- 66%
  • Result- Bill Passed

B38 - Repeal of the Legislative and Regulatory Reform Act 2007

  • Proposed By- The Libertarian Party
  • Date-7th January 2007
  • Turnout-50%
  • Result- Bill Passes

B37 - Sexual Orientation Equality Bill 2006

  • Proposed By- The Socialist Party
  • Date- 8th January
  • Turnout- 66%
  • Result- Bill Failed

B39 - Regulation of the Buses Act 2007

  • Proposed By- The Labour Party
  • Date- 23rd January 2007
  • Turnout-68%
  • Result- Bill passed

B40 - Holocaust Memorial Bill 2007

  • Proposed By- The Socialist Party
  • Date- 28th January 2007
  • Turnout- 68%
  • Result- Bill Failed

B41 - Repeal of the Racial and Religious Hatred Act 2006

  • Proposed By- The Libertarian Party
  • Date- 29th January 2007
  • Turnout-56%
  • Result- Bill Passed

B42 - Republic Bill 2007

  • Proposed By - The Socialist Party
  • Date- 3rd February 2007
  • Turnout- 70%
  • Result- Bill Failed

B43 - Education Reform Bill 2007

  • Proposed By- Libertarians
  • Date- 9th February 2007
  • Turnout- 70%
  • Result- Bill Failed

B44 - The Tax Act 2007

  • Proposed By- Labour Party
  • Date- 18th February 2007
  • Turnout- 68%
  • Result- Bill Passed

B45 - Offence Against the Person (Sexual Assault) Bill 2007

  • Proposed By - Liberal Democrats
  • Date- 21st February 2007
  • Turnout- 68%
  • Result- Bill Passed

B46 - Plastic Bag Levy Environmental Bill 2007

  • Proposed By- The Labour Party
  • Date- 22nd February 2007
  • Turnout- 70%
  • Result- Bill Passed

B47 - Container Deposit Bill 2007

  • Proposed By
  • Date- 2nd March 2007
  • Turnout- 64%
  • Result- Bill Passed

B48 - the Council Tax Bill 2007

  • Proposed By - The Libertarian Party
  • Date- 15th March 2007
  • Turnout- 60%
  • Result- Bill Failed

B49 - The Comprehensive Headwear Review Act 2007

  • Proposed By- The Monster Raving Loony Party
  • Date- 16th March 2007
  • Turnout- 60%
  • Result- Bill Passed

B50 - A Bill to Reinstate the Corporation Tax

  • Proposed By- The Socialist Party
  • Date- 24th March 2007
  • Turnout-60%
  • Result- Bill Failed

B52 - Cystic Fibrosis (Exemption from Charges) Bill

  • Proposed By - Liberal Democrats
  • Date-27th March 2007
  • Turnout- 62%
  • Result- Bill Passed

B53 - Employment Bill 2007

  • Proposed By- Liberal Democrats
  • Date- 30th March 2007
  • Turnout- 64%
  • Result- Bill Failed

B54 - Adulthood Unification Bill 2007

  • Proposed By- The Liberal Democrats
  • Date- 1st April 2007
  • Turnout- 62%
  • Result- Bill Failed

B55 - Terrorism Ammendment Bill 2007

  • Proposed By- Liberal Democrats
  • Date- 6th April 2007
  • Turnout- 60%
  • Result- Bill Failed

B56 - Health Bill 2007

  • Proposed By- Liberal Democrats
  • Date- 10th April 2007
  • Turnout- 70%
  • Result- Bill Failed

B57 - Employment Bill 2007

  • Proposed By- Liberal Democrat
  • Date- 11th April 2007
  • Turnout-64%
  • Result- Bill Failed

B58 - The Robbery Bill 2007

  • Proposed By- Liberal Democrats
  • Date- 12th April 2007
  • Turnout-50%
  • Result- Bill Passed

B59 - Misuse of Drugs (Legalisation of Cannabis) Bill 2007

  • Proposed By- Liberal Democrats
  • Date- 13th April 2007
  • Turnout-62%
  • Result- Bill Failed

B60 - Higher Education (Funding) Bill 2007

  • Proposed By- The Liberal Democrats
  • Date-14th April 2007
  • Turnout- 62%
  • Result- Bill Failed

The Fifth TSR Parliament (May 2007- December 2007)

B61 - The Olympic Logo Bill 2007

  • Proposed By- The Libertarian Party
  • Date- 10th June 2007
  • Turnout- 82%
  • Result- Bill Passed

B62 - The National Test Bill 2007

  • Proposed By- The Labour Party
  • Date- 11th June 2007
  • Turnout- 78%
  • Result - Bill Failed

B64 - Civil Liberties (Smoking) 2007

  • Proposed By- The Libertarian Party
  • Date- 20th June 2007
  • Turnout- 80%
  • Result- Bill Passed

B63 - The Man walks into a Bar Bill 2007

  • Proposed By- The Monster Raving Loony Party
  • Date- 22nd June 2007
  • Turnout- 78%
  • Result- Bill Passed

B65 - Drug Piracy Bill 2007

  • Proposed By- Libertarians
  • Date- 2nd July 2007
  • Turnout- 58%
  • Result - Bill Failed

B66 - Euthanasia Bill 2007

  • Proposed By- The Libertarian Party
  • Date- 25th July 2007
  • Turnout- 64%
  • Result- Bill Passed

B67 - Disestablishment of the Church of England Bill 2007

  • Proposed By- The Socialist party
  • Date- 31st July 2007
  • Turnout- 70%
  • Result - Bill Failed

B68 - The Foreign Enlistment Citizenship and Pensions Bill 2007

  • Proposed By- Alasdair_R (Private members Bill)
  • Date- 31st July 2007
  • Turnout- 64%
  • Result- Bill Passed

B69 - A Bill to End Crime

  • Proposed By- The Monster Raving Loony Party
  • Date- 8th of August
  • Turnout- 68%
  • Result- Bill Passed

B70 - Environment (Reduction in Flooding) Bill 2007

  • Proposed By- The Monster Raving Loony Party
  • Date- 9th of August
  • Turnout- 56%
  • Result- Bill Passed

B71 - Loony Church Bill

  • Proposed By- The Monster Raving Loony Party
  • Date- 12th August 2007
  • Turnout-54%
  • Result- Bill Passed

B72 - The Apple a Day Bill

  • Proposed By- The Monster Raving Loony Party
  • Date-19th August 2007
  • Bill didn't got to vote

B73 - Get your rat out (Legalisation of Brothels) Bill 2007

  • Proposed By- The Libertarian Party
  • Date- 24th August 2007
  • Turnout- 63%
  • Result- Bill Passed

B74 - The Dentistry Reform Act 2007

  • Proposed By- The Labout Party
  • Date-25th August
  • Turnout- 48%
  • Result- Bill Passed

B75 - The Teaching of Modern Foreign Languages in State Schools Bill

  • Proposed By- The Labour Party
  • Date- 12th September 2007
  • Turnout- 56%
  • Result- Bill Passed

B76 - The Funding for renewable energy Bill 2007

  • Proposed By- The Labour Party
  • Date-16th October 2007
  • Turnout- 58%
  • Result- Bill Passed

The Sixth TSR Parliament (December 2007 - June 2008)

B77 - Vegetarian (Packaging) Bill 2008

  • Proposed By - Rt Hon Hldomster MP (Liberal Democrats)
  • Date- 9th January 2008
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout - 92%
  • Result - Bill Failed

B78 -European Union (Withdrawal) 2008

B79 - Benefits (encouragement to work) Bill 2008

B80 - International Enforcement of Human Rights Bill

B81 - Sexual Offences Bill 2008

  • Proposed By- The Liberal Democrats
  • Date-19th of February 2008
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout-88%
  • Result - Bill Failed

B82 - Sport Utility Vehicle (Taxing) Bill 2008

  • Proposed By- The Socialist Party
  • Date- 5th March 2008
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B83 - The alcohol health warning bill 2008

B84 - The EU Reform Treaty Ratification Bill 2008

  • Proposed By- The Socialist Party
  • Date-29th March 2008
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout-80%
  • Result- Bill Passed

B85 - Repeal of Anti-Social Behaviour Order Legislation

B86 - Reduction of Domestic Violence Bill

  • Proposed By- The Monser Raving Loony Party
  • Date-19th April 2008
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B87 - Sunday Trading (Amendment) Bill 2008

  • Proposed By- The Labour Party
  • Date-30th April 2008
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B88 - Terrorism Bill 2008

The Seventh TSR Parliament (June 2008 - December 2008)

B89 - Counter-Terrorism Bill

B90 - Habeas Corpus Bill 2008

  • Proposed By- The socialist Party
  • Date-15th June 2008
  • Bill Withdrawn

B91 - Teenage Depression Bill

B92 - Religious Indoctrination Bill

  • Proposed By- The Socialist Party
  • Date-30th July 2008
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout-68%
  • Result- Bill Passed

B93 - Monster Raving Loony Party Repeals Bill

  • Proposed By- Rt. Hon Metrobeans (Labour)
  • Date-4th August 2008
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B94 - Fuel Duty Reform Bill

  • Proposed By- The Conservative Party
  • Date-17th August 2008
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout-54%
  • Result- Bill Passed

B95 - Voting Systems Bill 2008

  • Proposed By- The Liberal Democrats
  • Date-19th August 2008
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout-62%
  • Result- Bill Passed

B96 - The Man walks into a Bar Repeals Bill 2008

  • Proposed By- Rt. Hon Metrobeans (Labour)
  • Date-20th August 2008
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout-60%
  • Result- Bill Passed

B97 - Crime Abolition Repeals Bill 2008

  • Proposed By- Rt. Hon Metrobeans (Labour)
  • Date-21st August 2008
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout-56%
  • Result- Bill Passed

B98 - People's Veto Act 2008

  • Proposed By- The Liberal Democrats
  • Date-22nd August 2008
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout-76%
  • Result - Bill Failed

B99 - British Nationality (reclassification) Bill

  • Proposed By- Rt. Hon AnythingButChardonnay (conservative)
  • Date-26th August 2008
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout-82%
  • Result- Bill Passed

B100 - Fair Water Act 2008

The Labour Party

B101 - Remembrance Sunday Act 2008

  • Proposed By- Rt. Hon. hldomster (Lib Dem)
  • Date-1st September 2008
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout-74%
  • Result - Bill Failed

B102 - Driving Standards (Sports Utility) Bill 2008

B103 - Rape Reform Bill 2008

  • Proposed By- The Conservative Party
  • Date-24th September 2008
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout-72%
  • Result- Bill Passed

B104 - PCSO Removal Act 2008

B105 - Licensing (Amendment) Bill 2008

  • Proposed By- The Liberal Democrats
  • Date-7th October 2008
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout-66%
  • Result - Bill Failed

B106 - Healthcare Equality Bill

  • Proposed By- The Socialist Party
  • Date-10th October 2008
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B107 - The Royal Central Constabulary Bill

  • Proposed By- Rt. Hon. L i b (Conservative)
  • Date-22nd October 2008
  • First Reading
  • postponed due to General Election

The Eighth TSR Parliament (December 2008 - May 2009)

B109 - Tax Bill 2008

B110 - Abortion Reform Bill

  • Proposed By- The Conservative Party
  • Date-11th December 2008
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout-68%
  • Result - Bill Failed

B111 - Free School Meals

  • Proposed By- The Socialist Party
  • Date-24th December 2008
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout-78%
  • Result - Bill Failed

B112 - Misuse of drugs (Legalization of Cannabis) Bill

B113 - Licensing Bill 2008

B114 - Sexual Orientation Bill Equality Bill

  • Proposed By- The Liberal Democrats
  • Date-11th January 2009
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B115 - The Local Government (Reform) Bill

  • Proposed By- Hon. L i b (Conservative)
  • Date-12th January 2009
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout-78%
  • Result- Bill Passed

B116 - Emergency Gaza Bill

  • Proposed By- Rt. Hon. Grape190190 (Socialist)
  • Date-13th January 2009
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B117 - Student Study Leave Bill

B118 - Public Ownership of Water Utilities Bill

  • Proposed By- The socialist Party
  • Date-20th January 2009
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout-86%
  • Result - Bill Failed

B119 - Misuse of drugs (Legalization of Cannabis) Act 2009

  • Proposed By- The liberal democrats
  • Date-21st January 2009
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout-86%
  • Result - Bill Failed

B120 - The Tax Avoidance Agency Bill

  • Proposed By- The socialist Party
  • Date-26th January 2009
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B121 - Television Licensing Bill, 2009

B122 - The Business Rates Relief (Town Centres) Bill

  • Proposed By- The Conservative Party
  • Date-28th January 2009
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout-80%
  • Result - Bill Failed

B123 - Taxation Act 2009 (Conservative)

  • Proposed By- The Conservative Party
  • Date-29th January 2009
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout-66%
  • Result - Bill Failed

B124 - Pensions Bill 2009

B125 - Charitys Tax abolition Act 2009

  • Proposed By- The Liberal Democrats
  • Date-3rd February 2009
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout-60%
  • Result- Bill Passed

B126 - Hospital Car Parking Bill 2009

  • Proposed By- The Labour Party
  • Date-4th February 2009
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout-84%
  • Result - Bill Failed

B127 - Parliamentary Expenses Bill

  • Proposed By- The Monster Raving Loony Party
  • Date-5th February 2009
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout-60%
  • Result - Bill Failed

B128 - The Death with Dignity Bill

  • Proposed By- The Socialist Party
  • Date-10th February 2009
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B129 - Television Licensing Bill 2009

B130 - Tax Interest Parity Bill

  • Proposed By- The Libertarian party
  • Date-21st February 2009
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout-72%
  • Result- Bill Passed

B131 - Organ donor reform Bill

  • Proposed By- The Liberal Democrats
  • Date-24th February 2009
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B132 - Nationalisation of Railways Bill

  • Proposed By- The Socialist Party
  • Date-9th March 2009
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout-96%
  • Result- Bill Passed

B133 - Organ donor reform bill

B134 - Restoration of Freedom Bill 2009

  • Proposed By- The Liberal Democrats
  • Date-11th March 2009
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout-72%
  • Result- Bill Passed

B135 - Economic Stimulus Bill 2009

B136 - Expropration Bill

  • Proposed By- The Socialist Party
  • Date-23rd March 2009
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B137 - Housing Market Reform Bill 2009

B138 - Education Reform Bill 2009

B139 - Public broadcasting duty fulfilment bill, 2009

  • Proposed By- Hon.Anythingbutchardonnay
  • Date-28th March 2009
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout-78%
  • Result - Bill Failed

B140 - Democratically Elected School Leaders

  • Proposed By- Rt. Hon. Grape190190
  • Date-29th March 2009
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B141 - Prisons reform Bill 2009

B142 - Relationship structure Bill 2009

  • Proposed By- Rt. Hon. DayneD89
  • Date-31st March 2009
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B143 - Nationalisation of Oxygen Bill

  • Proposed By- The Conservative Party
  • Date-1st April 2009
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B144 - Marriage and Cohabitation Equality Bill 2009

B145 - Safeguard Against Superinflation Bill

  • Proposed By- Rt. Hon. Bagration
  • Date-8th April 2009
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B146 - Restoration of Prosecution Standards Bill 2009

B147 - Free Higher Education Bill

  • Proposed By- The socialist Party
  • Date-11th April 2009
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B149 - Abortion Rights Act 2009

  • Proposed By- Hon. lotsofsnails
  • Date-22nd April 2009
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout-72%
  • Result- Bill Passed

The Ninth TSR Parliament (May 2009 - October 2009)

B148 - Drug Patent Reform Bill

  • Proposed By- The Labour Party
  • Date-12th April 2009
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout-84%
  • Result- Bill Passed

B150 - Unemployment Reduction Bill 2009

  • Proposed By- The Libertarian Party
  • Date-27th April 2009
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout-84%
  • Result - Bill Failed

B151 - Drug Legalisation Bill 2009

B152 - Ghurkha Citizenship Bill 2009

  • Proposed By- The liberal Democrats
  • Date-26th May 2009
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B153 - Renewable Energy Systems

B154 - Transitional Energy Bill 2009

  • Proposed By- Liberal Democrats
  • Date-4th June 2009
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B155 - Sunday Trading Bill

  • Proposed By- Labour Party
  • Date-11th June 2009
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout-82%
  • Result- Bill Passed

B156 - Open-Air Cremation Bill

  • Proposed By- Liberal Democrats
  • Date-12th June 2009
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout-62%
  • Result- Bill Passed

B157 - Enforcement of mandatory sentences

B158 - Mental Health Bill

  • Proposed By- Don_scott
  • Date- 16th June 2009
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B159 - Obscenity (Legalisation) Bill

B160 - Nuclear Reduction (Trident Elimination) Bill

  • Proposed By- Socialist party
  • Date- 18th June 2009
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout-92%
  • Result - Bill Failed

B161 - Licensing Bill (amendment) 2009

  • Proposed By- anythingbutcharddonay
  • Date- 19th June 2009
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout-74%
  • Result- Bill Passed

B171 - Repeal of B132 - Railways bill

  • Proposed By- Conservative
  • Date- 20th June 2009
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout-74%
  • Result - Bill Failed

B172 - free speech Bill 2009

  • Proposed By- DayneD89
  • Date- 22nd June 2009
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B173 - Traveller Law Reform Act 2009

B174 - Employment Act 2009

  • Proposed By- Conservative
  • Date- 24th June 2009
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout-76%
  • Result- Bill Passed

B175 - Illegal Immigrant Amnesty Bill

  • Proposed By- Socialist
  • Date- 25th June 2009
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B176 - Sexual Offences Act 2009

B177 - The It’s a Bill Not an Act bill 2009

  • Proposed By- AnythingButChardonnay
  • Date- 6th July 2009
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout-68%
  • Result- Bill Passed

B178 - Environment Bill 2009

  • Proposed By- Center party
  • Date- 9th July 2009
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout-60%
  • Result- Bill Passed

B179 - The Police (Firearms) Bill

  • Proposed By- L i b
  • Date- 11th July 2009
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B180 - "Whack One Out" Bill 2009

  • Proposed By- Libertarian
  • Date- 17th July 2009
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout-76%
  • Result- Bill Passed

B181 - Peter North Appreciation Bill

  • Proposed By- Witness the fitness party
  • Date- 18th July 2009
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B182 - Skinnyness Reduction Bill

  • Proposed By- Witness the fitness party
  • Date- 24th July 2009
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B183 - Renewable Energy Upgrade Act 2009

B184 - B184 - Realignment of European Relations Bill 2009

  • Proposed By- Conservative
  • Date- 29th July 2009
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B185 - Monetary Reform Bill 2009

  • Proposed By- Libertarian party
  • Date- 30th July 2009
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B186 - The People's Democracy Bill

  • Proposed By- Socialist
  • Date- 31st July 2009
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout-78%
  • Result - Bill Failed

B187 - Faith Schools Bill

  • Proposed By- Socialist
  • Date- 1st August 2009
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout-70%
  • Result- Bill Passed

B188 - Tobacco Sales Act

  • Proposed By- Labour
  • Date- 4th August 2009
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout-68%
  • Result - Bill Failed

B189 - B189 - Industrial Relations Bill

  • Proposed By- Socialist
  • Date- 6th August 2009
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout-68%
  • Result - Bill Failed

B190 - Worker's Councils Bill

  • Proposed By- Socialist
  • Date- 7th August 2009
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B191 - Reform of RL Parliamentary Sessions 2009

  • Proposed By- Liberal Democrat
  • Date- 8th August 2009
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout-72%
  • Result- Bill Passed

B192 - The New National Sport Bill

  • Proposed By- Witness the Fitness
  • Date- 10th August 2009
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B193 - It Doesn't Matter What You Think Bill

  • Proposed By- Witness the Fitness
  • Date- 11th August 2009
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B194 - Reduction of Voting Age Bill

  • Proposed By- Center party
  • Date- 12th August 2009
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B195 - National Anthem Bill

B196 - Rations in the Royal Navy Bill 2009

  • Proposed By- AnythingButChardonnay
  • Date- 16th August 2009
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout-72%
  • Result- Bill Passed

B197 - Maximum Annual Wage Bill

  • Proposed By- Socialist
  • Date- 17th August 2009
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B198 - Trident modernisation bill 2009

  • Proposed By- Indievertigo, Davireland, L i b
  • Date- 20th August 2009
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B199 - Devolution Bill 2009

  • Proposed By- Liberal Democrat
  • Date- 21th August 2009
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B200 - Tanning Legislation Bill 2009

  • Proposed By- Liberal Democrat
  • Date- 22nd August 2009
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout-66%
  • Result- Bill Passed

B201 - Repealing the Football Spectators Act of 1989 Act

  • Proposed By- Liberal Democrat
  • Date- 24nd August 2009
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout-64%
  • Result- Bill Passed

B202 - The Protection of DNA Bill 2009

  • Proposed By- Liberal Democrat
  • Date- 25nd August 2009
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout-68%
  • Result- Bill Passed

B203 - Education reform Bill

B204 - National Speed Limit Bill 2009

  • Proposed By- Liberal Democrat
  • Date- 27th August 2009
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout-74%
  • Result- Bill Passed

B205 - Healthy Eating Bill 2009

  • Proposed By- Labour
  • Date- 2nd September 2009
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B206 - The British Military and Veterans Hospitals Bill 2009

  • Proposed By- Liberal Democrat
  • Date- 3rd September 2009
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout-48%
  • Result- Bill Passed

B207 - Incest Bill 2009

B208 - Inheritance Tax Reform Bill

  • Proposed By- Socialist
  • Date- 6th September 2009
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B209 - Wheel Clamping Bill 2009

B210 - Legalizing Murder Bill

  • Proposed By- Lefty leo
  • Date- 23rd September 2009
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B211 - Free Elderly Social Care Bill

  • Proposed By- Socialist
  • Date- 24th September 2009
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B212 - Sock Bill 2009

  • Proposed By- 01kij114
  • Date- 25th September 2009
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B213 - 35-Hour Working Week Bill

  • Proposed By- Socialist
  • Date- 26th September 2009
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B214 - Peoples' Pro-Environment and Anti-Business Subsidy Bill

  • Proposed By- Collingwood
  • Date- 28th September 2009
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B215 - Tax (Amendment) Act 2009

  • Proposed By- Libertarian
  • Date- 9th October 2009
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B216 - Back to Work Bill 2009

  • Proposed By- Labour
  • Date- 11th October 2009
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

The Tenth TSR Parliament (November 2009 - May 2010)

B217 - Freedom From Jihad Bill

  • Proposed By- Patriotic Conservative Party
  • Date- 25th November 2009
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B218 - Scrappage Scheme Bill 2009

B219 - Television Licensing Bill

B220 - Tax (Amendment) Bill 2009

B221 - Peoples' Pro-Environment and Anti-Business Subsidy Bill

  • Proposed By- Collingwood
  • Date- 28th November 2009
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B222 - Prison Reform Bill

B223 - Child Poverty Bill 2009

  • Proposed By- Labour party
  • Date- 2nd December 2009
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout-88%
  • Result- Bill Passed

B224 - The Parental Leave Bill 2009

B225 - Cigarette Vending Machine Bill 2009

  • Proposed By- labour party
  • Date- 4th December 2009
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout-84%
  • Result- Bill Passed

B226 - Tuition Fees Bill

B227 - Employment Law Bill

  • Proposed By- Matthew_Lowson, 01kij114
  • Date- 7th December 2009
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B228 - European Referendums Bill

B229 - The Privy Council Bill 2009

  • Proposed By- Socialist party
  • Date- 9th December 2009
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B230 - Domestic Transport Bill 2009

  • Proposed By- Labour party
  • Date- 12th December 2009
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout-62%
  • Result- Bill Passed

B231 - The Secularism Bill 2009

  • Proposed By- Socialist party
  • Date- 18th December 2009
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B232 - The Road Tax Bill 2009

B233 - Poverty Abolition Bill

B234 - Loony Church Repeal Bill

  • Proposed By- Metrobeans
  • Date- 24th December 2009
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout-74%
  • Result- Bill Passed

B235 - Public Ownership of Water Utilities Act 2009

  • Proposed By- Socialist party
  • Date- 30th December 2009
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B236 - The Ultimate Act 2010

  • Proposed By- UniOfLife
  • Date- 6th January 2010
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B237 - Student Travel Card Bill 2010

B238 - Giant Awesome Management Enterprise Bill 2010

  • Proposed By- Thunder and Jazz
  • Date- 9th January 2010
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B239 - Immigration Control Bill

B240 - Exam Grading System Reform Bill

B241 - Driving Education and testing Bill

  • Proposed By- Liberal Democrat
  • Date- 20th January 2010
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B242 - The Public House Smoking Act

B243 - Great Restart Bill

  • Proposed By- Indievertigo
  • Date- 25th January 2010
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B244 – Amendment to B151

  • Proposed By- TSR Coalition Government (lib dems, centre, conservative)
  • Date- 31st January 2010
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B245 – Offensive Clothing Ban Bill

  • Proposed By- Patriotic Conservative Party
  • Date- 9th February 2010
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B246 – The Commonwealth of Britain Bill

B247 – Reintroduction of Inheritance Tax Bill

  • Proposed By- Socialist party
  • Date- 19th February 2010
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B248 - The Constitutional Reform Bill

  • Proposed By- iwilson03
  • Date- 20th February 2010
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B249 - Prisoner Voting rights Bill

  • Proposed By- Socialists
  • Date- 26th February 2010
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B250 - Education Reform Act 2010

  • Proposed By- TSR UKIP
  • Date- 27th February 2010
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B251 - Watershed Adjustment Act

B252 - Right to be Nude Act

  • Proposed By- DayneD89 (seconded by thunder_chunky)
  • Date- 5th March 2010
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B253 - Privatisation of Railways Act

  • Proposed By- Nothos (seconded by Indievertigo)
  • Date- 6th March 2010
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B254 - Council Pensions Act 2010

  • Proposed By- TSR Libertarian party
  • Date- 9th March 2010
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout-60%
  • Result- Bill Passed

B255 - Amendment to V151

  • Proposed By- Centre-Liberal Democrat-Conservative Coalition
  • Date- 10th March 2010
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout-78%
  • Result- Bill Passed

B256 - National Anthem Act 2010

  • Proposed By- TSR UKIP
  • Date- 11th March 2010
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout-70%
  • Result - Bill Failed

B257 - Police Reform Act 2010

  • Proposed By- TSR UKIP
  • Date- 12th March 2010
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout-56%
  • Result - Bill Failed

B258: Legal Responses to Strike Action Bill

  • Proposed By- TSR Centre Party
  • Date- 15th March 2010
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout-74%
  • Result- Bill Passed

B259 - European Referendums Act

  • Proposed By- TSR Conservative Party
  • Date- 16th March 2010
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B260 - Defence of the Realm Act

  • Proposed By- Bagration
  • Date- 17th March 2010
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B261 - Religious Child Marriage Protection Act

  • Proposed By- TSR UKIP
  • Date- 18th March 2010
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B262 - EMP Protection Act

  • Proposed By- Afcwimbledon2
  • Date- 21st March 2010
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B263 - Equal Employment Pay Bill

  • Proposed By- TSR Liberal Democrat
  • Date- 31st March 2010
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B264 - Great Devolution Act

  • Proposed By- TSR Socialist Party
  • Date- 4th April 2010
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B265 - Federal Britain Act

B266 - Secularism Bill, 2010

  • Proposed By- TSR Socialist Party
  • Date- 8th April 2010
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout-26%
  • Result- Bill Passed

The Eleventh TSR Parliament (May 2010 - October 2010)

B267 - Repeal of the Digital Economy Act 2010 Bill

  • Proposed By- TSR Conservative party
  • Date- 16th May 2010
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B268 - Policing Reform Bill

  • Proposed By- TSR Conservative party
  • Date- 17th May 2010
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B269 - Jobs for GELs

B270 - Prisoner's Rights Withdrawal Bill

  • Proposed By- TSR Conservative party
  • Date- 19th May 2010
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B271 - Public Communications Bill 2010

  • Proposed By- TSR Libertarian Party
  • Date- 21st May 2010
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout-68%
  • Bill Passed

B272 - Amending the Legal Responses to Strike Action Bill 2010

  • Proposed By- Afcwimbledon2
  • Date- 22nd May 2010
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B273 - Equal Employment Pay Bill 2010

  • Proposed By- Afcwimbledon2
  • Date- 23rd May 2010
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B274 - Prison Reform Bill

B275 - Unemployment Assistance Reform Bill

  • Proposed By- TSR Labour party
  • Date- 27th May 2010
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B276 - Power To The People Bill 2010

  • Proposed By- TSR Libertarian Party party
  • Date- 1st June 2010
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B277 - Dangerous Dogs Bill 2010

  • Proposed By- PMB - Don John
  • Date- 3rd June 2010
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B278 - Organ Donor Reform Bill

  • Proposed By- TSR Liberal Democrat party - TSR Centre party (Government)
  • Date- 9th June 2010
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B279 - Coroners and Justice Amendment Bill

  • Proposed By- TSR Conservative Party
  • Date- 9th June 2010
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout-78%
  • Bill Passed

B280 - Universal Access to Educational Resources Bill 2010

B281 - Advance Decisions Reform Bill

  • Proposed By- aaran-j and adamrules247
  • Date- 29th June 2010
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B282 - Comprehensive Schools Bill

  • Proposed By- Adorno
  • Date- 3rd July 2010
  • First Reading
  • Result- Bill Failed

B283 - International Development Spending Bill

B284 - Plant / non-road emissions bill 2010

B285 - Further Education Support Bill

  • Proposed By- Wednesday Bass, aaran-j
  • Date- 8th July 2010
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B286 - Modern Foreign Languages Bill, 2010

  • Proposed By- ajp100688
  • Date- 9th July 2010
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B287 - EMA provision Act 2010

  • Proposed By- TSR UKIP
  • Date- 10th July 2010
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B288 - Public Transport Cost Bill

  • Proposed By- afcwimbledon2
  • Date- 19th July 2010
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B289 - Road Safety Bill 2010

  • Proposed By- Cardozo
  • Date- 20th July 2010
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B290 - Heterosexual Civil Partnerships Bill

  • Proposed By- Jangrafess
  • Date- 21th July 2010
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B291 - VAT Bill 2010

B292 - The Diplomatic Immunity Revocation Bill 2010

B293 - UK Law Precedence Bill

  • Proposed By- TSR UKIP
  • Date- 24th July 2010
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B294 - Referendum on Europe Bill

B295 - The Schools Nationalisation and Comprehensive Bill

B296 - Social Housing Bill 2010

B297 - Humane Work Bill

  • Proposed By- Socialist
  • Date- 9th August 2010
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout-78%
  • Result - Bill Failed

B298 - Regulation Review Bill 2010

B299 - Local Government Reform Bill

B300 - Greater London Council Bill

  • Proposed By- Matthew_Lowson
  • Date- 25th August 2010
  • First Reading
  • 'Result - Bill Withdrawn

B301 - Schools Tax Bill 2010

B302 - Trident Bill 2010

  • Proposed By- TSR Government (Lib Dem - Centre coalition)
  • Date- 27th August 2010
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B303 - Jury System Abolishment Bill

B304 - Nationalisation of Buses Bill 2010

B305 - Welfare & National Insurance Bill 2010

  • Proposed By- TSR Labour, Jangrafess, paddy__power
  • Date- 31st August 2010
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B306 - Compulsory Subjects Bill

  • Proposed By- paddy__power
  • Date- 1st September 2010
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout-72%
  • Bill Passed

B307 - Welfare Amendment Bill 2010

B308 - Free Oral for the Elderly Bill 2010

  • Proposed By- paddy__power
  • Date- 6th September 2010
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout-76%
  • Bill Failed

B309 - Bank Holiday Reform Bill 2010

  • Proposed By- TSR Labour Party
  • Date- 6th September 2010
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout-88%
  • Bill Passed

B310 - Social Care for Children and Young People Bill

B311 - STI Prevention Bill

B312 - State Work Scheme Bill

  • Proposed By- TSR Socialist
  • Date- 14th September 2010
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B313 - Certificate 18 Abolition Bill

  • Proposed By- Rt. Hon. paddy__power
  • Date- 16th September 2010
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout-86%
  • Bill Passed

B314 - Pregnancy Prevention Bill

  • Proposed By- Rt. Hon. paddy__power
  • Date- 17th September 2010
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B315 - Animal Microchip Bill

  • Proposed By- TSR Socialist
  • Date- 18th September 2010
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B316 - Underground Train Services Free Travel Bill

  • Proposed By- TSR Socialist
  • Date- 19th September 2010
  • First Reading
  • Bill withdrawn

B317 - Televised International Sports Bill

  • Proposed By- TSR Socialist
  • Date- 20th September 2010
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B318 - Individual Prisoner Fees Bill

B319 -Freedom of the Railways (Privatisation) Bill 2010

B320 - Business Choice Bill 2010

  • Proposed By- TSR Government (Conservative, Libertarian & UKIP Coalition)
  • Date- 21st September 2010
  • First Reading
  • Second Reading
  • Bill Failed

B321 - The Universities (Appointment of Rectors) Bill

  • Proposed By- TSR Government (Conservative, Libertarian & UKIP Coalition)
  • Date- 22nd September 2010
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout-70%
  • Bill Passed

B322 - Commonwealth Free Trading Zone Bill

  • Proposed By- TSR Centre Party
  • Date- 22nd September 2010
  • First Reading
  • Voting
  • Turnout-62%
  • Bill Failed

B323 - ATM Charges Bill

  • Proposed By- TSR Liberal Democrat
  • Date- 24th September 2010
  • First Reading
  • Bill Withdrawn

B324 - Education Reform Bill 2010

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