Labour & Tories VS Plaid Cymru – Voting Records

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Tories vs. Plaid

  • Tories voted against listening to the views of the people of Wales when negotiating agreements with the EU upon withdrawal. Plaid voted for. [1]
  • Tories voted against the Government having to make assurances on the future of agriculture and fisheries after leaving the EU. Plaid voted for. [2]
  • Tories voted to close job centres. Plaid voted against. [3]
  • Tories voted against protecting the education budget. Plaid voted for. [4]
  • Tories voted for cutting the police budget. Plaid voted against. [5]
  • Tories voted against providing additional funds for social care. Plaid voted for. [6]
  • Tories voted against an inquiry into the Panama Papers tax avoidance scandal. Plaid voted for. [7]

Labour and Tories vs. Plaid

  • Labour voted with the Tories for the harshest of austerity measures – to slash public spending by a further £30 billion, mainly by capping welfare benefits. Plaid voted against. [8]
  • Labour and Tories voted to double the income of the Royal Family, despite austerity measures for the rest of the country. Plaid voted against. [9]
  • Labour voted with the Tories to reduce tax credit payments for the lowest paid workers in society. Plaid voted against.[10]
  • Labour and the Tories voted to cut benefits for disabled people and those with long-term illnesses. Plaid voted against. [11]
  • Labour didn’t bother to vote to ensure the Prime Minister had to take into account the objectives of Wales when conducting negotiations with the EU. Plaid voted for. [12]
  • Labour didn’t bother to vote to stop the Tories passing a law to allow the mass interception of people’s communications, and the retention and use by the state of data, including personal banking, travel, and health data. Plaid voted to stop this.[13]

Labour and Tories on Devolution

  • Tories voted against and Labour abstained from voting on separate jurisdiction for Wales. Plaid voted for. [14]
  • Labour abstained from voting to stop the UK Government intervening in the actions of the National Assembly if it impacts water in England. Plaid voted against this. [15]
  • Labour abstained from voting to give the National Assembly for Wales powers over policing, police pay, probation, community safety, crime prevention. Plaid vote for. [16]
  • Tories voted against and Labour abstained from devolving powers over non-wind generating stations in Wales. Plaid voted for. [17]
  • Tories voted against devolving powers to regulate betting machines. Plaid voted for. [18]
  • Tories voted not to devolve powers relation to alcohol and entertainment licensing. Plaid voted for. [19]
  • Tories voted against allowing public sector bodies to operate rail services in Wales. Plaid voted for. [20]
  • Tories voted against devolving powers relating to air passenger duty to Wales. Plaid voted for. [21]
  • Tories voted against and Labour abstained from voting to allow the Welsh Assembly to set Income Tax thresholds. Plaid voted for. [22]
  • Tories voted against and Labour abstained from voting to allow the people of Wales to decide whether to devolve powers over income tax to the Welsh Assembly. Plaid voted for. [23]
  • Tories voted against and Labour abstained from voting to devolve responsibility for the Job Centre to Wales. Plaid vote for. [24]
  • Labour and Tories voted against devolving powers relating to energy generation to Wales. Plaid voted for this. [25]
  • Tories voted against and Labour abstained from considering basing Welsh public funding on the needs of the country. Plaid voted for. [26]
  • Tories voted against and Labour abstained from allowing the Welsh Assembly to set the number of AMs it should have. Plaid vote for this. [27]
  • Tories voted against and Labour abstained from allowing the Welsh Government to decide on which infrastructure projects to invest in. Plaid voted for this. [28]
  • Tories voted against and Labour abstained from devolving powers over water to Wales. Plaid voted for this. [29]

[1] http://www.publicwhip.org.uk/division.php?date=2017-02-06&number=138

[2] http://www.publicwhip.org.uk/division.php?date=2017-01-17&number=123

[3] http://www.publicwhip.org.uk/division.php?date=2017-01-17&number=124

[4] http://www.publicwhip.org.uk/division.php?date=2015-11-18&number=128

[5] http://www.publicwhip.org.uk/division.php?date=2016-02-24&number=200

[6] http://www.publicwhip.org.uk/division.php?date=2016-11-16&number=83

[7] http://www.publicwhip.org.uk/division.php?date=2016-04-13&number=235

[8] http://www.publicwhip.org.uk/division.php?date=2015-01-13&number=129

[9] https://inews.co.uk/essentials/news/politics/mps-voted-giving-buckingham-palace-multi-million-pound-refurbishment/

[10] http://www.publicwhip.org.uk/division.php?date=2015-10-29&number=102

[11] http://www.publicwhip.org.uk/division.php?date=2016-06-08&number=15

[12] http://www.publicwhip.org.uk/division.php?date=2017-02-06&number=139

[13] http://www.publicwhip.org.uk/division.php?date=2016-03-15&number=220

[14] http://www.publicwhip.org.uk/division.php?date=2016-09-12&number=62

[15] http://www.publicwhip.org.uk/division.php?date=2016-07-11&number=40

[16] http://www.publicwhip.org.uk/division.php?date=2016-06-13&number=18

[17] http://www.publicwhip.org.uk/division.php?date=2016-07-11&number=39

[18] http://www.publicwhip.org.uk/division.php?date=2017-01-24&number=129

[19] http://www.publicwhip.org.uk/division.php?date=2016-07-11&number=38

[20] http://www.publicwhip.org.uk/division.php?date=2016-09-12&number=63

[21] http://www.publicwhip.org.uk/division.php?date=2016-09-12&number=64

[22] http://www.publicwhip.org.uk/division.php?date=2016-07-11&number=41

[23] http://www.publicwhip.org.uk/division.php?date=2016-07-05&number=34

[24] http://www.publicwhip.org.uk/division.php?date=2011-06-21&number=300

[25] http://www.publicwhip.org.uk/division.php?date=2012-01-31&number=445

[26] http://www.publicwhip.org.uk/division.php?date=2014-05-06&number=263

[27] http://www.publicwhip.org.uk/division.php?date=2014-04-30&number=259

[28] http://www.publicwhip.org.uk/division.php?date=2014-06-24&number=20

[29] http://www.publicwhip.org.uk/division.php?date=2014-01-06&number=165Plaid_SlogoA(eng)

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