Edward Timpson

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Conservative

Member for Eddisbury

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Most recent EDMs signed by Edward Timpson

Date Tabled Title Signatures
8 Jun 2020
Edward Timpson signed this EDM on Monday 8th June 2020

Chester Zoo

Tabled by: Ms Angela Eagle (Labour - Wallasey)
That this House is concerned that Chester Zoo, and other zoos will not be able to reopen alongside ticketed gardens and non-essential retail; is further concerned that no date for the reopening of zoos has been announced; recognises the enormous contribution Chester Zoo makes to the local economy, to educating …
30 signatures
(Most recent: 1 Sep 2020)
Signatures by party:
Labour: 20
Conservative: 7
Democratic Unionist Party: 2
Liberal Democrat: 1
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Commons initiatives

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Edward Timpson has not been granted any Adjournment Debates in the current sitting

1 Bill introduced by Edward Timpson

Title Bill Type Last Event Next Event Date Last Updated
Magistrates (Retirement Age) Bill 2019-21
Presented by Edward Timpson (Conservative)
Private Members' Bill
Ten Minute Bill
1st reading: House of Commons 7 July, 2020 2nd reading: House of Commons

23 Oct 2020

19 Oct 2020, 1 p.m.

A Bill to amend section 13 of the Courts Act 2003 to change the retirement age for magistrates from 70 to 75; and for connected purposes.

Edward Timpson has not supported any legislation in the current parliamentary sitting