Alistair Burt

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Person.png Alistair Burt   WebsiteRdf-icon.png
(politician)
BornAlistair James Hendrie Burt
1955-05-25
Bury, Lancashire, England
NationalityBritish
Alma materSt John's College (Oxford)
SpouseEve Alexandra Twite
PartyConservative

Alistair Burt is a Member of Parliament (MP) for the Conservative Party. He represents the constituency for North East Bedfordshire. He was elected to parliament in the June 1983 General Election with a majority of 12,251 votes.[1]

As at March 2010 Burt sits on the following All-Party Parliamentary Subject Groups (APPGs):[2]

All-Party Parliamentary Groups

References

  1. They Work For You, They Work For You website, accessed 23 March 2010
  2. Register of All-Party Groups,Register of All-Party Groups (As at 24 February 2010), accessed 23 March 2010
  3. All-Party Parliamentary Group on AIDS, Register of All-Party Groups (As at 24 February 2010), accessed 23 March 2010
  4. Arab League All-Party Parliamentary Group, Register of All-Party Groups (As at 24 February 2010), accessed 23 March 2010
  5. All-Party Parliamentary Built Environment Group, Register of All-Party Groups (As at 24 February 2010), accessed 23 March 2010
  6. All-Party Parliamentary Group for Business Services, Register of All-Party Groups (As at 24 February 2010), accessed 23 March 2010
  7. All-Party Parliamentary Child & Youth Crime Group, Register of All-Party Groups (As at 24 February 2010), accessed 23 March 2010
  8. All-Party Parliamentary Group for Debt, Aid & Trade, Register of All-Party Groups (As at 24 February 2010), accessed 23 March 2010
  9. All-Party Parliamentary Group on East Midlands Rail Franchise, Register of All-Party Groups (As at 24 February 2010), accessed 23 March 2010
  10. [ http://www.publications.parliament.uk/pa/cm/cmallparty/register/memi311.htm All-Party Parliamentary Group on Folk Arts], Register of All-Party Groups (As at 24 February 2010), accessed 23 March 2010
  11. All-Party Parliamentary Football Group, Register of All-Party Groups (As 24 February 2010), accessed 23 March 2010
  12. All-Party Parliamentary Football Club Group, Register of All-Party Groups (As 24 February 2010), accessed 23 March 2010
  13. All-Party Parliamentary Group for Funerals and Bereavement, Register of All-Party Groups (As 24 February 2010), accessed 23 March 2010
  14. All-Party Parliamentary Group for Further Education and Lifelong Learning, Register of All-Party Groups (As 24 February 2010), accessed 23 March 2010
  15. All-Party Parliamentary Group on the Great Lakes Region and Genocide Prevention, Register of All-Party Groups (As 24 February 2010), accessed 23 March 2010
  16. All-Party Parliamentary Group on Myodil, Register of All-Party Groups (As 24 February 2010), accessed 23 March 2010
  17. All-Party Parliamentary Group on Poverty, Register of All-Party Groups (As 24 February 2010), accessed 23 March 2010
  18. All-Party Parliamentary Pro Life Group, Register of All-Party Groups (As 24 February 2010), accessed 23 March 2010
  19. All-Party Parliamentary Rail Group, Register of All-Party Groups (As 24 February 2010), accessed 23 March 2010
  20. All-Party Parliamentary Group on Refugees Register of All-Party Groups (As 24 February 2010), accessed 23 March 2010
  21. All-Party Parliamentary Group on Solvent Abuse Register of All-Party Groups (As 24 February 2010), accessed 23 March 2010
  22. Thames Link Route All-Party Parliamentary Group Register of All-Party Groups (As 24 February 2010), accessed 23 March 2010
  23. All-Party Parliamentary Group on Third World Solidarity Register of All-Party Groups (As 24 February 2010), accessed 23 March 2010
  24. Urban Development Group Register of All-Party Groups (As 24 February 2010), accessed 23 March 2010

Voting Record

  • Voted mixture of for and against a transparent Parliament.[1]
  • Voted very strongly for the Iraq war.[2]
  • Voted strongly for an investigation into the Iraq war.[3]
  • Voted very strongly against equal gay rights.[4]

Contact

  • Parliamentary Office Address: House of Commons, London SW1A 0AA[5]

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References

  1. They Work For You, They Work For You website, accessed 24 March 2010
  2. They Work For You, They Work For You website, accessed 24 March 2010
  3. They Work For You, They Work For You website, accessed 24 March 2010
  4. They Work For You, They Work For You website, accessed 24 March 2010
  5. Alistair Burt, website, accessed 24 March 2010