One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
(of an MP or vote) not subject to a party whip.‘an unwhipped vote on the death penalty’
- ‘On other occasions, the Commons will be applauded for its occasional demonstration of unwhipped independence.’
- ‘If a parliamentary vote is to have similar legitimacy, it should be on the basis of a free and unwhipped vote.’
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