Wednesday, 6 February 2013

How Scottish MPs Voted on Same Sex Marriage

The House of Commons yesterday voted by 400 to 175 in favour of the Marriage (Same Sex Couples) Bill at its second reading.

In Scotland:

  • 41 MPs voted Yes (69.5%)
  • 7 MPs voted No (11.9%)
  • 11 MPs didn't vote (18.6%)


The following list is how Scottish MPs voted in that division.

PartyConstituencyVote
Danny AlexanderLib DemsInverness, Nairn, Badenoch and StrathspeyYes
Douglas AlexanderLabourPaisley and Renfrewshire SouthYes
Willie BainLabourGlasgow North EastYes
Gordon BanksLabourOchil and South PerthshireYes
Anne BeggLabourAberdeen SouthDidn't Vote
Gordon BrownLabourKirkcaldy and CowdenbeathDidn't Vote
Russell BrownLabourDumfries and GallowayYes
Malcolm BruceLib DemsGordonYes
Menzies CampbellLib DemsNorth East FifeYes
Alistair CarmichaelLib DemsOrkney and ShetlandYes
Katy ClarkLabourNorth Ayrshire and ArranYes
Tom ClarkeLabourCoatbridge, Chryston and BellshillNo
Michael ConnartyLabourLinlithgow and East FalkirkYes
Michael CrockartLib DemsEdinburgh WestYes
Margaret CurranLabourGlasgow EastYes
Alistair DarlingLabourEdinburgh South WestYes
Ian DavidsonLabourGlasgow South WestYes
Thomas DochertyLabourDunfermline and West FifeYes
Brian DonohoeLabourCentral AyrshireNo
Frank DoranLabourAberdeen NorthYes
Gemma DoyleLabourWest DunbartonshireYes
Sheila GilmoreLabourEdinburgh EastYes
Tom GreatrexLabourRutherglen and Hamilton WestYes
David HamiltonLabourMidlothianYes
Tom HarrisLabourGlasgow SouthYes
Jimmy HoodLabourLanark and Hamilton EastDidn't Vote
Stewart HosieSNPDundee EastDidn't Vote
Cathy JamiesonLabourKilmarnock and LoudounYes
Eric JoyceIndependentFalkirkYes
Charles KennedyLib DemsRoss, Skye and LochaberDidn't Vote
Mark LazarowiczLabourEdinburgh North and LeithYes
Angus MacNeilSNPNa h-Eileanan an IarDidn't Vote
Michael McCannLabourEast Kilbride, Strathaven and LesmahagowNo
Gregg McClymontLabourCumbernauld, Kilsyth and Kirkintilloch EastYes
Jim McGovernLabourDundee WestNo
Anne McGuireLabourStirlingYes
Ann McKechinLabourGlasgow NorthYes
Ian McKenzieLabourInverclydeNo
Michael MooreLib DemsBerwickshire, Roxburgh and SelkirkYes
Graeme MorriceLabourLivingstonYes
David MundellConservativeDumfriesshire, Clydesdale & TweeddaleYes
Jim MurphyLabourEast RenfrewshireYes
Ian MurrayLabourEdinburgh SouthYes
Pamela NashLabourAirdrie and ShottsYes
Fiona O'DonnellLabourEast LothianYes
Sandra OsborneLabourAyr, Carrick and CumnockYes
Alan ReidLib DemsArgyll and ButeYes
Angus RobertsonSNPMorayDidn't Vote
John RobertsonLabourGlasgow North WestYes
Frank RoyLabourMotherwell and WishawNo
Lindsay RoyLabourGlenrothesYes
Anas SarwarLabourGlasgow CentralYes
Jim SheridanLabourPaisley and Renfrewshire NorthNo
Robert SmithLib DemsWest Aberdeenshire and KincardineYes
Jo SwinsonLib DemsEast DunbartonshireYes
John ThursoLib DemsCaithness, Sutherland and Easter RossDidn't Vote
Mike WeirSNPAngusDidn't Vote
Eilidh WhitefordSNPBanff and BuchanDidn't Vote
Pete WishartSNPPerth and North PerthshireDidn't Vote

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