David Winnick, Labour MP for Walsall North
Wayne David, Labour MP for Caerphilly
Alexandra Davies-Jones is a Welsh Labour MP for Pontypridd, having first been elected to Parliament in the 2019 general election with a majority of 5,890 over the Conservatives. The constituency of Pontypridd covers the Taf and Ely valleys in South Wales. The University of South Wales is found in this constituency. It has been a...
David Davies, Conservative MP for Monmouth
Gareth Davies is the Conservative MP for Grantham and Stamford, having first been elected to Parliament in 2019 with a majority of 26,003 over the Labour Party. The constituency of Grantham, covers the market town and the surrounding rural area in Lincolnshire. A safe Conservative seat for much of the post war era, it...
Geraint Davies, Labour MP for Swansea West
James Davies, Conservative MP for Vale of Clwyd
Mims Davies, Conservative MP for Eastleigh
Philip Davies, Conservative MP for Shipley
David Davis, Conservative MP for Haltemprice and Howden
Dehenna Davison was elected as the Conservative MP for Bishop Auckland in 2019, winning the seat off the Labour Party with a majority of 7,692. Davison is the first conservative MP for Bishop Auckland, since the seat’s creation in 1885. A former mining town, once represented in Parliament by the Labour Chancellor, Hugh Dalton, it...
Bristol South, Labour
Martyn Day, SNP MP for Linlithgow & Falkirk East
Marsha de Cordova is the Labour MP for Battersea, having first been elected to Parliament in 2017. She was re-elected in the 2019 General Election with a majority of 5,668 over the Conservatives. The Battersea constituency is found within South London and covers Battersea, parts of Balham and Wandsworth. Formerly a swing marginal seat, Battersea...
Most debates in Government time and on Opposition Days are on a substantive motion, while private members’ business tends to be on motions for the adjournment. The Government has been known to use a motion for the adjournment to avoid a vote.
Debates in the Scottish parliament are on a motion tabled by a minister or other MSP. In most debates, most parties will table at least one amendment to the motion to reflect their views. Debates allow the parliament to deliberate on pertinent issues that affect Scotland or Scottish people. A spokesperson is called from each...
Debates in the Welsh Assembly are on a motion tabled either by a Minister or by a back-bench AM. In most debates, most parties will table at least one amendment to the motion to reflect their views. Debates allow the Assembly to deliberate on pertinent issues that affect Wales or Welsh people. A spokesperson from...