Andrew Lewer

Former Conservative MP for Northampton South



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Andrew Lewer consistently voted against improving biodiversity

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Minor votes

  • On 20 Oct 2021: Andrew Lewer voted not to only empower ministers to make regulations relating to habits if those regulations improved habitats or were securing compliance with an international environmental obligation. Show vote
  • On 26 May 2021: Andrew Lewer voted not to require the production of a Tree Strategy for England, including targets for fraction of the country covered by trees, new tree planting and the fraction of woodland in favourable ecological condition. Show vote

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