Alan Duncan

Conservative, Rutland and Melton
Ask Aristotle about Alan Duncan

This article was first published on guardian.co.uk on Wednesday April 06 2005. It was last updated at 14:51 on January 18 2006.
What is your proudest achievement since the 2001 general election?
Steering the Civil partnership Bill through the Commons.

How Alan Duncan voted on key parliamentary votes:
Identity cards - No vote
Foxhunting ban - Against
University tuition fees - Against
Foundation hospitals - Against
Iraq war - For military action
An all elected House of Lords - No vote
Adoption by unmarried and gay couples - No vote
Detention of terror suspects without trial - No vote
More votes

If you are re-elected what single piece of legislation would you like to help enact?
Something to limit speed cameras, and to make cyclists stop at red lights and keep off pavements

If you are not re-elected to parliament, what job would you like to do?
I don't like to think about it, but I would like to run an organisation that makes a difference.

Who (or what) has most influenced your political thinking?
Education and experience, neither of which ever stop,

What do you do to forget the stresses of Westminster?
I like relaxing at my home in my rural constituency. I have also taken up running.

What were the last book and CD you bought?
Alan Hollinghurst's The Line of Beauty. CD was Will Young's Friday's Child


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