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Hey, though I'd just give this a shot, see if anyone would actually have this information? Does anyone know where (preferably on the internet or in an easily obtainable book) I could find the record of votes in the British parliament. I assume it wouldn't be too hard to find the votes of the past few years, but I'm looking for votes from 1801-1899. Any ideas? I'm working on my thesis, and having a little trouble. Thanks
I have been, and I will continue to. I'm just asking if anyone knows any websites that would list how MPs voted on bills. Believe me, that does not even approach the minimum effort required to be put into this thesis. However, it helps to have some sort of starting point, and I've had trouble finding anything. Just wanted to know if anyone knows something off the top of their head while I'm busy doing other research for my thesis. Not asking anyone to spend any time other than posting a website they know. Thanks for the websites people have posted. A few of them look somewhat promising.
What is your thesis about? What question / issue are you considering?
Do you need the results of votes on *specific* motions, or are you doing some kind of large-scale analysis of voting in the UK parliament? And are you focussing on the House of Commons, the Lords, or both?
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