VoteClimate: Best Climate-Voting MPs

Best Climate-Voting MPs

We've scored MPs on their climate votes since 2010. They score +1 for a vote in favour of action on climate and -1 for a vote against. We divide by the total number of votes in which they could have participated to arrive at a Climate Score between -100% and +100%. We've assigned a rating to each MP based on their score.

Note: Where an MP has not voted at every opportunity for action on climate, there may be good reasons why they were unable to attend the Commons vote. Also, some votes are far more important than others.

Our list of Commons votes which would have affected action on climate change and our judgment of how an MP interested in tackling climate change should have voted is based on VoteClimate's best estimate. This list does not include motions which were not contentious and were passed without a vote.

MP Pro-Climate Votes Anti- No Vote Total Climate Score Rating
Wera Hobhouse (Liberal Democrat) 11 0 0 11 100%
Very Good
Munira Wilson (Liberal Democrat) 10 0 0 10 100%
Very Good
Daisy Cooper (Liberal Democrat) 10 0 0 10 100%
Very Good
Kim Leadbeater (Labour) 2 0 0 2 100%
Very Good
Sarah Green (Liberal Democrat) 2 0 0 2 100%
Very Good
Richard Foord (Liberal Democrat) 1 0 0 1 100%
Very Good
Helen Morgan (Liberal Democrat) 1 0 0 1 100%
Very Good
Simon Lightwood (Labour) 1 0 0 1 100%
Very Good
Paulette Hamilton (Labour) 1 0 0 1 100%
Very Good
Chris Elmore (Labour) 12 0 1 13 92%
Very Good
Ruth Jones (Labour) 10 0 1 11 91%
Very Good
Matt Western (Labour) 10 0 1 11 91%
Very Good
Mike Amesbury (Labour) 10 0 1 11 91%
Very Good
Bambos Charalambous (Labour) 10 0 1 11 91%
Very Good
Janet Daby (Labour) 10 0 1 11 91%
Very Good
Luke Pollard (Labour) 10 0 1 11 91%
Very Good
Christine Jardine (Liberal Democrat) 10 0 1 11 91%
Very Good
Jamie Stone (Liberal Democrat) 10 0 1 11 91%
Very Good
Mohammad Yasin (Labour) 10 0 1 11 91%
Very Good
Matt Rodda (Labour) 10 0 1 11 91%
Very Good
Tan Dhesi (Labour) 10 0 1 11 91%
Very Good
Preet Gill (Labour) 10 0 1 11 91%
Very Good
Anneliese Dodds (Labour) 10 0 1 11 91%
Very Good
Wendy Chamberlain (Liberal Democrat) 9 0 1 10 90%
Very Good
Nadia Whittome (Labour) 9 0 1 10 90%
Very Good
Sarah Olney (Liberal Democrat) 9 0 1 10 90%
Very Good
Taiwo Owatemi (Labour) 9 0 1 10 90%
Very Good
Zarah Sultana (Labour) 9 0 1 10 90%
Very Good
Rachel Hopkins (Labour) 9 0 1 10 90%
Very Good
James Murray (Labour) 9 0 1 10 90%
Very Good
Kim Johnson (Labour) 9 0 1 10 90%
Very Good
Sarah Owen (Labour) 9 0 1 10 90%
Very Good
Paula Barker (Labour) 9 0 1 10 90%
Very Good
Bell Ribeiro-Addy (Labour) 9 0 1 10 90%
Very Good
Alex Davies-Jones (Labour) 9 0 1 10 90%
Very Good
Florence Eshalomi (Labour) 9 0 1 10 90%
Very Good
Matthew Pennycook (Labour) 17 0 2 19 89%
Very Good
Justin Madders (Labour) 17 0 2 19 89%
Very Good
Jeff Smith (Labour) 17 0 2 19 89%
Very Good
Vicky Foxcroft (Labour) 17 0 2 19 89%
Very Good
Rachael Maskell (Labour) 17 0 2 19 89%
Very Good
Neil Coyle (Labour) 17 0 2 19 89%
Very Good
Rupa Huq (Labour) 17 0 2 19 89%
Very Good
Melanie Onn (Labour) 8 0 1 9 89%
Very Good
Bill Esterson (Labour) 27 1 2 30 87%
Very Good
Mike Kane (Labour) 16 0 3 19 84%
Very Good
Kate Osamor (Labour) 16 0 3 19 84%
Very Good
Karin Smyth (Labour) 16 0 3 19 84%
Very Good
Rebecca Long-Bailey (Labour) 16 0 3 19 84%
Very Good
Daniel Zeichner (Labour) 16 0 3 19 84%
Very Good
Catherine West (Labour) 16 0 3 19 84%
Very Good
Cat Smith (Labour) 16 0 3 19 84%
Very Good
Ruth Cadbury (Labour) 16 0 3 19 84%
Very Good
Jo Stevens (Labour) 16 0 3 19 84%
Very Good
Marie Rimmer (Labour) 16 0 3 19 84%
Very Good
Helen Hayes (Labour) 16 0 3 19 84%
Very Good
Richard Burgon (Labour) 16 0 3 19 84%
Very Good
Mary Glindon (Labour) 26 1 3 30 83%
Very Good
Hilary Benn (Labour) 26 1 3 30 83%
Very Good
Alan Campbell (Labour) 26 1 3 30 83%
Very Good
Grahame Morris (Labour) 26 1 3 30 83%
Very Good
Afzal Khan (Labour) 9 0 2 11 82%
Very Good
Tonia Antoniazzi (Labour) 9 0 2 11 82%
Very Good
Marsha De Cordova (Labour) 9 0 2 11 82%
Very Good
Alex Norris (Labour) 9 0 2 11 82%
Very Good
Stephen Morgan (Labour) 9 0 2 11 82%
Very Good
Liz Twist (Labour) 9 0 2 11 82%
Very Good
Alex Sobel (Labour) 9 0 2 11 82%
Very Good
Dan Carden (Labour) 9 0 2 11 82%
Very Good
Darren Jones (Labour) 9 0 2 11 82%
Very Good
Jim McMahon (Labour) 13 0 3 16 81%
Very Good
Mark Tami (Labour) 25 1 4 30 80%
Very Good
Chris Evans (Labour) 25 1 4 30 80%
Very Good
John Healey (Labour) 25 1 4 30 80%
Very Good
Stella Creasy (Labour) 25 1 4 30 80%
Very Good
Toby Perkins (Labour) 25 1 4 30 80%
Very Good
Clive Betts (Labour) 25 1 4 30 80%
Very Good
Ian Lavery (Labour) 25 1 4 30 80%
Very Good
Stephen Doughty (Labour) 21 1 3 25 80%
Very Good
Nicholas Dakin (Labour) 17 1 2 20 80%
Very Good
Abena Oppong-Asare (Labour) 8 0 2 10 80%
Very Good
Fleur Anderson (Labour) 8 0 2 10 80%
Very Good
Olivia Blake (Labour) 8 0 2 10 80%
Very Good
Kate Osborne (Labour) 8 0 2 10 80%
Very Good
Tahir Ali (Labour) 8 0 2 10 80%
Very Good
Feryal Clark (Labour) 8 0 2 10 80%
Very Good
Apsana Begum (Labour) 8 0 2 10 80%
Very Good
Charlotte Nichols (Labour) 8 0 2 10 80%
Very Good
Ian Byrne (Labour) 8 0 2 10 80%
Very Good
Stephen Kinnock (Labour) 15 0 4 19 79%
Very Good
Carolyn Harris (Labour) 15 0 4 19 79%
Very Good
Liz Saville Roberts (Plaid Cymru) 15 0 4 19 79%
Very Good
Judith Cummins (Labour) 15 0 4 19 79%
Very Good
Gerald Jones (Labour) 15 0 4 19 79%
Very Good
Peter Dowd (Labour) 15 0 4 19 79%
Very Good
Dawn Butler (Labour) 15 0 4 19 79%
Very Good
Seema Malhotra (Labour) 22 1 4 27 78%
Very Good
Anna Turley (Labour) 7 0 2 9 78%
Very Good
Ian Murray (Labour) 24 1 5 30 77%
Very Good
Catherine McKinnell (Labour) 24 1 5 30 77%
Very Good
Alison McGovern (Labour) 24 1 5 30 77%
Very Good
Jonathan Reynolds (Labour) 24 1 5 30 77%
Very Good
Yasmin Qureshi (Labour) 24 1 5 30 77%
Very Good
Diane Abbott (Labour) 24 1 5 30 77%
Very Good
Valerie Vaz (Labour) 24 1 5 30 77%
Very Good
Debbie Abrahams (Labour) 24 1 5 30 77%
Very Good
Pat McFadden (Labour) 24 1 5 30 77%
Very Good
Andy Slaughter (Labour) 24 1 5 30 77%
Very Good
John McDonnell (Labour) 23 0 7 30 77%
Very Good
Shabana Mahmood (Labour) 24 1 5 30 77%
Very Good
Nick Smith (Labour) 24 1 5 30 77%
Very Good
Stephen Timms (Labour) 24 1 5 30 77%
Very Good
Rosena Allin-Khan (Labour) 9 0 3 12 75%
Very Good
Clive Lewis (Labour) 14 0 5 19 74%
Good
Angela Rayner (Labour) 14 0 5 19 74%
Good
Peter Kyle (Labour) 14 0 5 19 74%
Good
Nick Thomas-Symonds (Labour) 14 0 5 19 74%
Good
Imran Hussain (Labour) 14 0 5 19 74%
Good
Rushanara Ali (Labour) 23 1 6 30 73%
Good
Chi Onwurah (Labour) 23 1 6 30 73%
Good
Maria Eagle (Labour) 23 1 6 30 73%
Good
Chris Bryant (Labour) 23 1 6 30 73%
Good
Derek Twigg (Labour) 23 1 6 30 73%
Good
Kerry McCarthy (Labour) 23 1 6 30 73%
Good
Yvette Cooper (Labour) 23 1 6 30 73%
Good
Nia Griffith (Labour) 23 1 6 30 73%
Good
Angela Eagle (Labour) 23 1 6 30 73%
Good
Clive Efford (Labour) 23 1 6 30 73%
Good
Rosie Duffield (Labour) 8 0 3 11 73%
Good
Anna McMorrin (Labour) 8 0 3 11 73%
Good
Ben Lake (Plaid Cymru) 8 0 3 11 73%
Good
Ellie Reeves (Labour) 8 0 3 11 73%
Good
Stephanie Peacock (Labour) 8 0 3 11 73%
Good
Layla Moran (Liberal Democrat) 8 0 3 11 73%
Good
Sarah Jones (Labour) 8 0 3 11 73%
Good
Andy McDonald (Labour) 19 1 5 25 72%
Good
Steve Reed (Labour) 18 0 7 25 72%
Good
Emma Lewell-Buck (Labour) 18 1 5 24 71%
Good
Barry Gardiner (Labour) 22 1 7 30 70%
Good
Jon Trickett (Labour) 22 1 7 30 70%
Good
Jeremy Corbyn (Other) 22 1 7 30 70%
Good
Meg Hillier (Labour) 22 1 7 30 70%
Good
Diana Johnson (Labour) 22 1 7 30 70%
Good
Liz Kendall (Labour) 22 1 7 30 70%
Good
Dan Jarvis (Labour) 22 1 7 30 70%
Good
Andrew Gwynne (Labour) 22 1 7 30 70%
Good
Sharon Hodgson (Labour) 22 1 7 30 70%
Good
Claire Hanna (SDLP) 7 0 3 10 70%
Good
Tulip Siddiq (Labour) 13 0 6 19 68%
Good
Jess Phillips (Labour) 13 0 6 19 68%
Good
Wes Streeting (Labour) 13 0 6 19 68%
Good
Jessica Morden (Labour) 21 1 8 30 67%
Good
Lilian Greenwood (Labour) 21 1 8 30 67%
Good
Fabian Hamilton (Labour) 21 1 8 30 67%
Good
Stephen Gethins (SNP) 6 0 3 9 67%
Good
Emma Reynolds (Labour) 14 1 5 20 65%
Good
Sarah Champion (Labour) 17 1 7 25 64%
Good
Emma Hardy (Labour) 7 0 4 11 64%
Good
Liam Byrne (Labour) 20 1 9 30 63%
Good
Emily Thornberry (Labour) 20 1 9 30 63%
Good
Karl Turner (Labour) 20 1 9 30 63%
Good
Brendan O'Hara (SNP) 12 0 7 19 63%
Good
Heidi Alexander (Labour) 13 1 5 19 63%
Good
Louise Haigh (Labour) 12 0 7 19 63%
Good
Gill Furniss (Labour) 8 0 5 13 62%
Good
David Lammy (Labour) 19 1 10 30 60%
Good
Siobhain McDonagh (Labour) 19 1 10 30 60%
Good
Gareth Thomas (Labour) 18 0 12 30 60%
Good
Stephen Flynn (SNP) 6 0 4 10 60%
Good
Mary Foy (Labour) 6 0 4 10 60%
Good
Dave Doogan (SNP) 6 0 4 10 60%
Good
Naz Shah (Labour) 11 0 8 19 58%
Good
Keir Starmer (Labour) 11 0 8 19 58%
Good
Lisa Nandy (Labour) 18 1 11 30 57%
Good
Lucy Powell (Labour) 14 0 11 25 56%
Good
Bridget Phillipson (Labour) 17 1 12 30 53%
Good
Ed Miliband (Labour) 16 0 14 30 53%
Good
Kirsty Blackman (SNP) 10 0 9 19 53%
Good
Mark Hendrick (Labour) 15 0 15 30 50%
Good
Pete Wishart (SNP) 16 1 13 30 50%
Good
Rachel Reeves (Labour) 15 0 15 30 50%
Good
Mary Creagh (Labour) 11 1 8 20 50%
Good
Colum Eastwood (SDLP) 5 0 5 10 50%
Good
Chris Law (SNP) 9 0 10 19 47%
Medium
Alistair Carmichael (Liberal Democrat) 20 6 4 30 47%
Medium
Pamela Nash (Labour) 6 1 4 11 45%
Medium
Douglas Alexander (Labour) 6 1 4 11 45%
Medium
Graham Stringer (Labour) 11 1 18 30 33%
Medium
Tim Farron (Liberal Democrat) 15 7 8 30 27%
Medium
Ed Davey (Liberal Democrat) 11 7 4 22 18%
Medium
Jo Platt (Labour) 0 0 1 1 0%
Medium
Gareth Snell (Labour) 0 0 1 1 0%
Medium
James Frith (Labour) 0 0 1 1 0%
Medium
John Finucane (Sinn Fein) 0 0 10 10 0%
Medium
Órfhlaith Begley (Sinn Fein) 0 0 11 11 0%
Medium
Chris Hazzard (Sinn Fein) 0 0 11 11 0%
Medium
Paul Maskey (Sinn Fein) 0 0 30 30 0%
Medium
Gregory Campbell (DUP) 4 10 16 30 -20%
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Jim Shannon (DUP) 7 15 8 30 -27%
Anti
Tessa Munt (Liberal Democrat) 3 7 1 11 -36%
Anti
Christopher Chope (Conservative) 1 12 17 30 -37%
Anti
Gavin Robinson (DUP) 3 10 6 19 -37%
Anti
Carla Lockhart (DUP) 0 4 6 10 -40%
Anti
Sammy Wilson (DUP) 0 15 15 30 -50%
Anti
Andrew George (Liberal Democrat) 2 8 1 11 -55%
Anti
Caroline Dinenage (Conservative) 2 19 9 30 -57%
Anti
Julian Lewis (Conservative) 2 20 8 30 -60%
Anti
Mark Pritchard (Conservative) 1 19 10 30 -60%
Anti
Roger Gale (Conservative) 0 19 11 30 -63%
Anti
Mark Francois (Conservative) 2 22 6 30 -67%
Anti
Edward Leigh (Conservative) 0 20 10 30 -67%
Anti
Jeremy Hunt (Conservative) 0 20 10 30 -67%
Anti
Andrew Mitchell (Conservative) 1 21 8 30 -67%
Anti
David Davis (Conservative) 1 22 7 30 -70%
Anti
Andrew Rosindell (Conservative) 2 23 5 30 -70%
Anti
Julian Smith (Conservative) 2 23 5 30 -70%
Anti
Geoffrey Cox (Conservative) 1 22 7 30 -70%
Anti
Iain Duncan Smith (Conservative) 2 23 5 30 -70%
Anti
Priti Patel (Conservative) 2 23 5 30 -70%
Anti
David Mundell (Conservative) 1 22 7 30 -70%
Anti
Esther McVey (Conservative) 2 18 2 22 -73%
Anti
John Hayes (Conservative) 2 24 4 30 -73%
Anti
Caroline Nokes (Conservative) 3 25 2 30 -73%
Anti
Jeremy Wright (Conservative) 1 23 6 30 -73%
Anti
John Whittingdale (Conservative) 2 24 4 30 -73%
Anti
Rishi Sunak (Conservative) 0 14 5 19 -74%
Anti
Richard Fuller (Conservative) 2 24 3 29 -76%
Anti
George Freeman (Conservative) 1 24 5 30 -77%
Anti
Andrew Murrison (Conservative) 2 25 3 30 -77%
Anti
Simon Hoare (Conservative) 1 16 2 19 -79%
Anti
Robert Jenrick (Conservative) 0 15 4 19 -79%
Anti
Christian Wakeford (Labour) 1 9 0 10 -80%
Anti
Martin Vickers (Conservative) 2 26 2 30 -80%
Anti
Geoffrey Clifton-Brown (Conservative) 2 26 2 30 -80%
Anti
Helen Grant (Conservative) 2 26 2 30 -80%
Anti
Steve Barclay (Conservative) 2 26 2 30 -80%
Anti
Mark Garnier (Conservative) 2 27 1 30 -83%
Anti
Rebecca Harris (Conservative) 2 27 1 30 -83%
Anti
Mel Stride (Conservative) 2 27 1 30 -83%
Anti
Stuart Andrew (Conservative) 2 27 1 30 -83%
Anti
Desmond Swayne (Conservative) 2 27 1 30 -83%
Anti
Harriett Baldwin (Conservative) 2 27 1 30 -83%
Anti
Bernard Jenkin (Conservative) 1 26 3 30 -83%
Anti
Jesse Norman (Conservative) 1 26 3 30 -83%
Anti
Karen Bradley (Conservative) 2 27 1 30 -83%
Anti
Suella Braverman (Conservative) 0 16 3 19 -84%
Anti
Victoria Atkins (Conservative) 0 16 3 19 -84%
Anti
Damian Hinds (Conservative) 2 28 0 30 -87%
Anti
Graham Stuart (Conservative) 1 27 2 30 -87%
Anti
John Glen (Conservative) 2 28 0 30 -87%
Anti
Bob Blackman (Conservative) 0 26 4 30 -87%
Anti
Alec Shelbrooke (Conservative) 2 28 0 30 -87%
Anti
Gavin Williamson (Conservative) 2 28 0 30 -87%
Anti
Andrew Griffith (Conservative) 0 9 1 10 -90%
Anti
Gareth Bacon (Conservative) 0 9 1 10 -90%
Anti
Paul Holmes (Conservative) 0 9 1 10 -90%
Anti
Alicia Kearns (Conservative) 0 9 1 10 -90%
Anti
Claire Coutinho (Conservative) 0 9 1 10 -90%
Anti
Ben Spencer (Conservative) 0 9 1 10 -90%
Anti
Kemi Badenoch (Conservative) 0 10 1 11 -91%
Anti
John Lamont (Conservative) 0 10 1 11 -91%
Anti
Alex Burghart (Conservative) 0 10 1 11 -91%
Anti
Caroline Johnson (Conservative) 0 10 1 11 -91%
Anti
Edward Argar (Conservative) 0 18 1 19 -95%
Anti
Kit Malthouse (Conservative) 0 18 1 19 -95%
Anti
Kevin Hollinrake (Conservative) 0 18 1 19 -95%
Anti
Tom Tugendhat (Conservative) 0 18 1 19 -95%
Anti
Helen Whately (Conservative) 0 18 1 19 -95%
Anti
Nus Ghani (Conservative) 0 18 1 19 -95%
Anti
Louie French (Conservative) 0 2 0 2 -100%
Anti
Richard Holden (Conservative) 0 10 0 10 -100%
Anti
Joy Morrissey (Conservative) 0 10 0 10 -100%
Anti
Kieran Mullan (Conservative) 0 10 0 10 -100%
Anti
David Simmonds (Conservative) 0 10 0 10 -100%
Anti
Laura Trott (Conservative) 0 10 0 10 -100%
Anti
Matt Vickers (Conservative) 0 10 0 10 -100%
Anti
Luke Evans (Conservative) 0 10 0 10 -100%
Anti
Danny Kruger (Conservative) 0 10 0 10 -100%
Anti
Neil Hudson (Conservative) 0 10 0 10 -100%
Anti
Jerome Mayhew (Conservative) 0 10 0 10 -100%
Anti
Lee Anderson (Reform) 0 10 0 10 -100%
Anti
Greg Smith (Conservative) 0 10 0 10 -100%
Anti
Stuart Anderson (Conservative) 0 10 0 10 -100%
Anti
James Wild (Conservative) 0 10 0 10 -100%
Anti
Gagan Mohindra (Conservative) 0 10 0 10 -100%
Anti
Gareth Davies (Conservative) 0 10 0 10 -100%
Anti
Saqib Bhatti (Conservative) 0 10 0 10 -100%
Anti
Robbie Moore (Conservative) 0 10 0 10 -100%
Anti
Andrew Bowie (Conservative) 0 11 0 11 -100%
Anti
Neil O'Brien (Conservative) 0 11 0 11 -100%
Anti
Julia Lopez (Conservative) 0 11 0 11 -100%
Anti
James Cartlidge (Conservative) 0 19 0 19 -100%
Anti
Alan Mak (Conservative) 0 19 0 19 -100%
Anti
Mims Davies (Conservative) 0 19 0 19 -100%
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Chris Philp (Conservative) 0 19 0 19 -100%
Anti
Oliver Dowden (Conservative) 0 19 0 19 -100%
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Nigel Huddleston (Conservative) 0 19 0 19 -100%
Anti
James Cleverly (Conservative) 0 19 0 19 -100%
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Wendy Morton (Conservative) 0 19 0 19 -100%
Anti
Alberto Costa (Conservative) 0 19 0 19 -100%
Anti
Mike Wood (Conservative) 0 19 0 19 -100%
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