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Rachel Maclean

Conservative - Redditch

Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Department for Transport)

(since February 2020)

Debate information

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Most recent EDMs signed by Rachel Maclean

Date Tabled Title Signatures
21 Dec 2017
Rachel Maclean signed this EDM on Wednesday 28th February 2018


Tabled by: Caroline Spelman (Conservative - Meriden)
That this House celebrates the news that Birmingham has been chosen to be the venue for the 2022 Commonwealth Games; recognises the way the leaders of the West Midlands Combined Authority and hon. Members have worked together to secure this important achievement for our region; congratulates Andy Street, West Midlands …
11 signatures
(Most recent: 28 Feb 2018)
Signatures by party:
Conservative: 6
Democratic Unionist Party: 2
Scottish National Party: 2
Labour: 1
8 Feb 2018
Rachel Maclean signed this EDM on Tuesday 20th February 2018


Tabled by: Caroline Spelman (Conservative - Meriden)
That this House recognises the requirement for a significant transfer of Channel 4 facilities out of London; notes that the West Midlands region has huge potential for creative arts and technology; further notes its strategically central location; notes that its young, digital and diverse population will have a positive effect …
16 signatures
(Most recent: 5 Mar 2018)
Signatures by party:
Conservative: 7
Labour: 7
Non-affiliated: 1
Democratic Unionist Party: 1
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Commons initiatives

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1 Bill introduced by Rachel Maclean

Title Bill Type Last Event Next Event Date Last Updated
Driving (Persons with Dementia) Bill 2017-19
Presented by Rachel Maclean (Conservative)
Private Members' Bill
Ten Minute Bill
1st reading: House of Commons 4 June, 2019 5 Jun 2019, 1:08 p.m.

The Bill failed to complete its passage through Parliament before the end of the session. This means the Bill will make no further progress. A Bill to require doctors to inform the appropriate driver licensing agency of a diagnosis of dementia; to require drivers diagnosed with dementia to undertake a supplementary driving assessment; and for connected purposes.