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Editorial Adviser F.W. Torrington
The Division Lists give the results of every vote taken in the House of Commons and list the names of those who voted for and against each motion. They are essential for any historian wishing to establish the voting record of individual members or the voting for a particular issue. Before 1909 this information is only found in the Division Lists, a House of Commons series that is not part of the Parliamentary Papers Bound Set. After 1909 the Division Lists are published in Hansard.
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