Vicky Foxcroft, Labour MP for Lewisham Deptford
Victoria Borwick, Conservative MP for Kensington
Victoria Prentis, Conservative MP for Banbury
Victoria Atkins, Conservative MP for Louth & Horncastle
Vehicle Excise Duty (VED) is an annual tax on the ownership of road vehicles, frequently referred to as "car tax" although it applies equally to vans, lorries and motorcycles.
Proportional Representation (PR) is the principle behind a number of electoral systems, all of which attempt to ensure that the outcome of the election reflects the proportion of support gained by each competing group.
If the chair cannot discern the opinion of the House when a question is put then a vote is held. When a vote – or 'division' – is called peers literally divide into two groups, those in favour (Contents) and those against (Not-Contents). Tellers are appointed for either side and peers proceed into one of...
Compared to other legislatures, voting in the Commons is perhaps the most archaic of its traditions. The chair puts a question to the House. If the chair cannot easily discern the opinion of the House ('on a general Aye'), then a vote is held. When a vote – or 'division' – is called MPs literally...
Voting in the parliament is electronic and almost instantaneous. MSPs can choose to abstain instead of voting for or against a motion. Voting normally takes place at decision time, which is usually at 5pm on days when the parliament is in plenary but it can be brought forward by a special motion if necessary. Votes...
Voting in the Assembly is electronic and AMs can choose to abstain instead of voting for or against a motion. As voting is almost instantaneous, the opinion of the Assembly is frequently tested and unanimous outcomes are not uncommon.
Valerie Vaz, Labour MP for Walsall South
Virendra Sharma, Labour MP for Ealing, Southall
Vernon Coaker, Labour MP for Gedling
Twickenham, Liberal Democrats