This section includes lists of MPs' votes in key divisions on:
The tellers, for and against, in each division have been listed among the voting MPs.
When you look at the lists, which are linked-to below, you may wish to open the pages in a new browser window so that you can also have this page (which contains keys to abbreviations and other explanatory information) open.
Official voting records do not distinguish between MPs who are:
Where an MP did not vote we have looked for other information, including records of around 100 relevant parliamentary divisions and motions, letters, interviews and other sources. Where we have been able to form an opinion of the MP's view on abortion, euthanasia or cloning, we have added a letter in brackets.
|*||a vote that may not be typical of the MP's voting on the general issue.|
|A||abstained or was absent|
|A[F]||absent or abstained, but in our assessment, supportive of the pro-life lobby on the general issue|
|A[X]||absent or abstained, but in our assessment, more likely to oppose than support the pro-life lobby on the general issue.|
|F||voted with the pro-life lobby|
|O||not a member of parliament at the time of the vote.|
|O[F]||not an MP at the time of the vote, but in our assessment, supportive of the pro-life lobby on the general issue.|
|O[X]||not an MP at the time of the vote, but in our assessment, more likely to oppose than support the pro-life lobby on the general issue.|
|ret||retired or retiring at the election|
|S||speaker or deputy-speaker. (MPs in the role of the speaker of the house do not vote.)|
|X||voted against the pro-life lobby|
|DUP||Democratic Unionist Party|
|SDLP||Social Democratic & Labour Party|
|SNP||Scottish National Party|
|UKU||UK Unionist Party|