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Information between 12th July 2023 - 6th July 2024

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Division Votes
12 Jul 2023 - ADJOURNMENT (SUMMER, CONFERENCE AND CHRISTMAS) - View Vote Context
Margaret Ferrier voted Aye and in line with the House
One of 6 Independent Aye votes vs 0 Independent No votes
Tally: Ayes - 395 Noes - 5
17 Jul 2023 - Illegal Migration Bill - View Vote Context
Margaret Ferrier voted No and against the House
One of 8 Independent No votes vs 2 Independent Aye votes
Tally: Ayes - 307 Noes - 208
17 Jul 2023 - Illegal Migration Bill - View Vote Context
Margaret Ferrier voted No and against the House
One of 8 Independent No votes vs 2 Independent Aye votes
Tally: Ayes - 298 Noes - 213
17 Jul 2023 - Illegal Migration Bill - View Vote Context
Margaret Ferrier voted No and against the House
One of 8 Independent No votes vs 2 Independent Aye votes
Tally: Ayes - 289 Noes - 220
17 Jul 2023 - Illegal Migration Bill - View Vote Context
Margaret Ferrier voted No and against the House
One of 7 Independent No votes vs 1 Independent Aye votes
Tally: Ayes - 284 Noes - 226
17 Jul 2023 - Illegal Migration Bill - View Vote Context
Margaret Ferrier voted No and against the House
One of 8 Independent No votes vs 2 Independent Aye votes
Tally: Ayes - 300 Noes - 208
17 Jul 2023 - Illegal Migration Bill - View Vote Context
Margaret Ferrier voted No and against the House
One of 7 Independent No votes vs 1 Independent Aye votes
Tally: Ayes - 282 Noes - 227
17 Jul 2023 - Illegal Migration Bill - View Vote Context
Margaret Ferrier voted No and against the House
One of 7 Independent No votes vs 1 Independent Aye votes
Tally: Ayes - 292 Noes - 215
17 Jul 2023 - Illegal Migration Bill - View Vote Context
Margaret Ferrier voted No and against the House
One of 7 Independent No votes vs 1 Independent Aye votes
Tally: Ayes - 297 Noes - 214
17 Jul 2023 - Illegal Migration Bill - View Vote Context
Margaret Ferrier voted No and against the House
One of 9 Independent No votes vs 1 Independent Aye votes
Tally: Ayes - 300 Noes - 212
17 Jul 2023 - Strikes (Minimum Service Levels) Bill - View Vote Context
Margaret Ferrier voted No and against the House
One of 6 Independent No votes vs 1 Independent Aye votes
Tally: Ayes - 302 Noes - 205


Speeches
Margaret Ferrier speeches from: Sir David Amess Summer Adjournment
Margaret Ferrier contributed 2 speeches (1,736 words)
Thursday 20th July 2023 - Commons Chamber
Margaret Ferrier speeches from: Tata Group Gigafactory Investment
Margaret Ferrier contributed 1 speech (62 words)
Thursday 20th July 2023 - Commons Chamber
Cabinet Office
Margaret Ferrier speeches from: Business of the House
Margaret Ferrier contributed 1 speech (88 words)
Thursday 20th July 2023 - Commons Chamber
Leader of the House
Margaret Ferrier speeches from: Universal Credit Deductions
Margaret Ferrier contributed 3 speeches (199 words)
Wednesday 19th July 2023 - Westminster Hall
Department for Work and Pensions
Margaret Ferrier speeches from: Retail Crime
Margaret Ferrier contributed 1 speech (63 words)
Wednesday 19th July 2023 - Commons Chamber
Home Office
Margaret Ferrier speeches from: Veterans Update
Margaret Ferrier contributed 1 speech (66 words)
Wednesday 19th July 2023 - Commons Chamber
Ministry of Defence
Margaret Ferrier speeches from: Contest: UK Strategy for Countering Terrorism 2023
Margaret Ferrier contributed 1 speech (60 words)
Wednesday 19th July 2023 - Commons Chamber
Home Office
Margaret Ferrier speeches from: Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership
Margaret Ferrier contributed 1 speech (33 words)
Tuesday 18th July 2023 - Commons Chamber
Department for Business and Trade
Margaret Ferrier speeches from: Radiotherapy: Accessibility
Margaret Ferrier contributed 2 speeches (136 words)
Tuesday 18th July 2023 - Westminster Hall
Department of Health and Social Care
Margaret Ferrier speeches from: Afghan Resettlement Update
Margaret Ferrier contributed 1 speech (54 words)
Tuesday 18th July 2023 - Commons Chamber
Cabinet Office
Margaret Ferrier speeches from: Defence Command Paper Refresh
Margaret Ferrier contributed 1 speech (84 words)
Tuesday 18th July 2023 - Commons Chamber
Ministry of Defence
Margaret Ferrier speeches from: Post Office Horizon IT Scandal: Compensation
Margaret Ferrier contributed 1 speech (79 words)
Tuesday 18th July 2023 - Commons Chamber
Department for Business and Trade
Margaret Ferrier speeches from: Oral Answers to Questions
Margaret Ferrier contributed 1 speech (44 words)
Tuesday 18th July 2023 - Commons Chamber
Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office
Margaret Ferrier speeches from: Women and Equalities
Margaret Ferrier contributed 1 speech (46 words)
Monday 17th July 2023 - Ministerial Corrections
Department for Business and Trade
Margaret Ferrier speeches from: Oral Answers to Questions
Margaret Ferrier contributed 1 speech (40 words)
Monday 17th July 2023 - Commons Chamber
Department for Education
Margaret Ferrier speeches from: Post Office Ltd: Management Culture
Margaret Ferrier contributed 1 speech (1,139 words)
Thursday 13th July 2023 - Westminster Hall
Department for Business and Trade
Margaret Ferrier speeches from: Public Sector Pay
Margaret Ferrier contributed 1 speech (73 words)
Thursday 13th July 2023 - Commons Chamber
HM Treasury
Margaret Ferrier speeches from: Business of the House
Margaret Ferrier contributed 1 speech (68 words)
Thursday 13th July 2023 - Commons Chamber
Leader of the House
Margaret Ferrier speeches from: NATO Summit
Margaret Ferrier contributed 1 speech (51 words)
Thursday 13th July 2023 - Commons Chamber
Cabinet Office
Margaret Ferrier speeches from: Oral Answers to Questions
Margaret Ferrier contributed 1 speech (46 words)
Wednesday 12th July 2023 - Commons Chamber
Cabinet Office
Margaret Ferrier speeches from: Construction Workers: Pension Age
Margaret Ferrier contributed 4 speeches (223 words)
Wednesday 12th July 2023 - Westminster Hall
Department for Work and Pensions


Early Day Motions
Monday 17th July

Flowers 2 Go

1 signatures (Most recent: 14 Jul 2023)
Tabled by: Margaret Ferrier (Independent - Rutherglen and Hamilton West)
That this House congratulates Stephen Reid, owner of Flowers 2 Go in Blantyre, on being nominated as a finalist for the Scottish Funeral Awards 2023; notes that Stephen and his business are being recognised for the excellent service they provide to customers and the wider funeral industry; further notes that …
Monday 17th July

The Kraken Chippy

3 signatures (Most recent: 19 Jul 2023)
Tabled by: Margaret Ferrier (Independent - Rutherglen and Hamilton West)
That this House commends the generosity of the Kraken Chippy, in Cambuslang, as they offer families a £1 kids supper deal this summer; notes that this deal was started to support families with the cost of living crisis by helping parents to treat their kids at minimal expense; praises the …
Monday 17th July

Dance Elite Studios

1 signatures (Most recent: 14 Jul 2023)
Tabled by: Margaret Ferrier (Independent - Rutherglen and Hamilton West)
That this House congratulates Zoe Kirkpatrick-Brown, Daisy Robertson and Rae Hamil of Dance Elite Studios in Cambuslang on winning bronze medals at the Dance World Cup 2023; notes the talent, hard work and dedication of both the dancers and their coaches; further notes that the youngsters excelled in representing Scotland …


Early Day Motions Signed
Monday 17th July
Margaret Ferrier signed this EDM on Monday 4th September 2023

The two-child benefit cap

34 signatures (Most recent: 25 Oct 2023)
Tabled by: Jon Trickett (Labour - Normanton and Hemsworth)
That this House strongly opposes the continuation of the cruel and unnecessary two child limit for benefits, introduced by the Government in 2017; notes that recent research shows that one in 10 children live in households affected by the two-child limit, that is 1.5 million children; highlights the University of …



Margaret Ferrier mentioned

Parliamentary Debates
Recall of MPs Act 2015: Member for Rutherglen and Hamilton West
1 speech (290 words)
Monday 4th September 2023 - Commons Chamber

Mentions:
1: Lindsay Hoyle (Speaker - Chorley) Officer for the constituency of Rutherglen and Hamilton West, in respect of the recall petition for Margaret - Link to Speech

Sir David Amess Summer Adjournment
65 speeches (28,749 words)
Thursday 20th July 2023 - Commons Chamber

Mentions:
1: Jessica Morden (LAB - Newport East) Member for Rutherglen and Hamilton West (Margaret Ferrier) on the emotional attachment that we often - Link to Speech
2: Jo Churchill (CON - Bury St Edmunds) Members for Motherwell and Wishaw (Marion Fellows), for Rutherglen and Hamilton West (Margaret Ferrier - Link to Speech
3: Jo Churchill (CON - Bury St Edmunds) Member for Rutherglen and Hamilton West (Margaret Ferrier). - Link to Speech

Retail Crime
17 speeches (5,831 words)
Wednesday 19th July 2023 - Commons Chamber
Home Office
Mentions:
1: Ian Paisley (DUP - North Antrim) Member for Rutherglen and Hamilton West (Margaret Ferrier) has said. - Link to Speech

Universal Credit Deductions
50 speeches (12,576 words)
Wednesday 19th July 2023 - Westminster Hall
Department for Work and Pensions
Mentions:
1: Chris Stephens (SNP - Glasgow South West) Member for Rutherglen and Hamilton West (Margaret Ferrier) outlined. - Link to Speech
2: Guy Opperman (CON - Hexham) Member for Rutherglen and Hamilton West (Margaret Ferrier) is no longer in her place—I know she has to - Link to Speech
3: Chris Stephens (SNP - Glasgow South West) for Strangford (Jim Shannon), for East Londonderry (Mr Campbell), for Rutherglen and Hamilton West (Margaret - Link to Speech

High Income Child Benefit Charge (Report to Parliament)
3 speeches (1,846 words)
1st reading
Tuesday 18th July 2023 - Commons Chamber

Mentions:
1: Jim Shannon (DUP - Strangford) Donaldson, Gavin Robinson, Sammy Wilson, Carla Lockhart, Mr Gregory Campbell, Paul Girvan, Ian Paisley, Margaret - Link to Speech

Women and Equalities
3 speeches (167 words)
Monday 17th July 2023 - Ministerial Corrections
Department for Business and Trade
Post Office Ltd: Management Culture
26 speeches (12,931 words)
Thursday 13th July 2023 - Westminster Hall
Department for Business and Trade
Mentions:
1: Gavin Newlands (SNP - Paisley and Renfrewshire North) Member for Rutherglen and Hamilton West (Margaret Ferrier) made the very good point that all businesses - Link to Speech
2: Kevin Hollinrake (CON - Thirsk and Malton) Member for Rutherglen and Hamilton West (Margaret Ferrier), culture is critical to any organisation. - Link to Speech

Construction Workers: Pension Age
23 speeches (6,196 words)
Wednesday 12th July 2023 - Westminster Hall
Department for Work and Pensions
Mentions:
1: Guy Opperman (CON - Hexham) Member for Rutherglen and Hamilton West (Margaret Ferrier).It was good to hear from the shadow Pensions - Link to Speech
2: Owen Thompson (SNP - Midlothian) Member for Rutherglen and Hamilton West (Margaret Ferrier) and my hon. - Link to Speech



Select Committee Documents
Wednesday 29th May 2024
Report - Third Report - The House of Commons standards landscape: how MPs’ standards and conduct are regulated

Committee on Standards

Found: Member Date of publicationSummary of offence Recommendation Consequential outcome (if applicable) Margaret

Tuesday 6th February 2024
Written Evidence - Edge Hill University
LAN0023 - House of Commons standards landscape

House of Commons standards landscape - Committee on Standards

Found: I note that when discussing the case of Margaret Ferrier, an amendment was carried which called

Tuesday 19th December 2023
Report - Third Report - Documents considered by the Committee on 13 December 2023

European Scrutiny Committee

Found: (Scottish National Party, Ayr Carrick and Cumnock ) Richard Drax MP (Conservative, South Dorset ) Margaret

Monday 18th December 2023
Written Evidence - Center for the Study of Islam & Democracy
MENA0040 - The UK’s engagement with the Middle East and North Africa

The UK’s engagement with the Middle East and North Africa - Foreign Affairs Committee

Found: On International Human Rights Day, celebrated in the British Parliament on 8 December 2022, Margaret

Monday 18th December 2023
Written Evidence - All-Party Parliamentary Human Rights Group (PHRG) - an APPG
MENA0041 - The UK’s engagement with the Middle East and North Africa

The UK’s engagement with the Middle East and North Africa - Foreign Affairs Committee

Found: OSJA), as in the response of FCDO Minister Amanda Milling MP on 28.02.22 to a WPQ tabled by Margaret

Thursday 14th December 2023
Report - Second Report - Scott Benton

Committee on Standards

Found: House of Commons stationery HC 1263 8th All-Party Parliamentary Groups: final proposals HC 228 9th Margaret

Thursday 30th November 2023
Report - First Report - Stephen Flynn

Committee on Standards

Found: House of Commons stationery HC 1263 8th All-Party Parliamentary Groups: final proposals HC 228 9th Margaret

Thursday 26th October 2023
Formal Minutes - Session 2022-23 Formal Minutes

Backbench Business Committee

Found: representations: • Dame Maria Miller: International Women's Day • Elliot Colburn: LGBT Histor y Month • Margaret

Tuesday 24th October 2023
Report - Twenty-Third Report - The UK’s EU representation: what has changed and how is it working?

European Scrutiny Committee

Found: Formal minutes Wednesday 20 October 2021 Members present: Sir William Cash, in the Chair Jon Cruddas Margaret

Thursday 14th September 2023
Report - Fourteenth Report - Rishi Sunak

Committee on Standards

Found: House of Commons stationery HC 1263 8th All-Party Parliamentary Groups: final proposals HC 228 9th Margaret

Tuesday 12th September 2023
Report - Twenty-second Report - Documents considered by the Committee on 6 September 2023

European Scrutiny Committee

Found: (Scottish National Party, Ayr Carrick and Cumnock ) Richard Drax MP (Conservative, South Dorset ) Margaret

Thursday 7th September 2023
Report - Thirteenth Report - Mr Marcus Fysh

Committee on Standards

Found: House of Commons stationery HC 1263 8th All-Party Parliamentary Groups: final proposals HC 228 9th Margaret

Wednesday 19th July 2023
Oral Evidence - 2023-07-19 14:30:00+01:00

European Scrutiny Committee

Found: Ferrier; Mr Marcus Fysh; Mr David Jones; Craig Mackinlay; Gavin Robinson; Greg Smith.

Tuesday 18th July 2023
Report - Twenty-First Report - Documents considered by the Committee on 21 June 2023

European Scrutiny Committee

Found: Session 2022–23 Formal Minutes Wednesday 12 July 2023 Members present: Sir William Cash, in the Chair Margaret

Wednesday 12th July 2023
Oral Evidence - 2023-07-12 14:30:00+01:00

Regulating after Brexit - European Scrutiny Committee

Found: Watch the meeting Members present: Sir William Cash (Chair); Margaret Ferrier; Mr David Jones; Craig



Parliamentary Research
Human rights in Sri Lanka - CDP-2024-0066
Mar. 19 2024

Found: Asked by: Margaret Ferrier Human Rights Watch has reported that Tamil families looking to memorialise



Deposited Papers
Tuesday 18th July 2023

Source Page: Letter dated 14/07/2023 from Maria Caulfield MP to Hansard Editors regarding a correction to an answer given during the Women and Equalities oral parliamentary questions concerning sanitary bins in toilets. 1p.
Document: Minister_Caulfield_Hansard_Correction_Letter.docx (webpage)

Found: I am copying this letter to Margaret Ferrier M.P., I have requested that a copy of this letter be deposited




Margaret Ferrier mentioned in Scottish results


Scottish Government Publications
Wednesday 30th August 2023
Justice Directorate
Source Page: Sentencing Under 25 Guidelines: FOI release
Document: FOI 202300359648 - Information Released - Part 2 (PDF)

Found: Message ----- From: [redacted s38(1)(b)(personal information)] Sent: 05 April 2023 07:48 To: Margaret



Scottish Parliamentary Debates
Michael Matheson
111 speeches (104,547 words)
Wednesday 29th May 2024 - Main Chamber
Mentions:
1: Baillie, Jackie (Lab - Dumbarton) We have seen that used in Scotland in the case of Margaret Ferrier, who travelled while infected with - Link to Speech
2: Simpson, Graham (Con - Central Scotland) There will be Scottish Parliament equivalents of Margaret Ferrier and Peter Bone. - Link to Speech
3: O'Kane, Paul (Lab - West Scotland) Ferrier, the SNP MP Allan Dorans sought to vote with the Conservatives to reduce her sanction to nine - Link to Speech
4: Harvie, Patrick (Green - Glasgow) Jackie Baillie mentioned the case of Margaret Ferrier, whose actions directly put other people’s lives - Link to Speech
5: Marra, Michael (Lab - North East Scotland) Ferrier, which rightly resulted in a recall petition and the defeat of the SNP in that by-election. - Link to Speech

Scottish Elections (Representation and Reform) Bill: Stage 1
181 speeches (108,658 words)
Thursday 18th April 2024 - Committee
Mentions:
1: None There was the petition for Margaret Ferrier. - Link to Speech