Andrew Lewer

Former Conservative MP for Northampton South

@ALewerMBE https://facebook.com/andrew4Northampton

Higher Taxes Specifically to Fund Health and Care

There have been votes in Parliament on a "Health and Social Care Levy", additional taxes ring-fenced for spending only on Health and Social Care.

Andrew Lewer consistently voted for higher taxes specifically to fund health and social care

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Major votes

  • On 14 Sep 2021: Andrew Lewer voted for a new 1.25% tax on individuals' earnings or profits to be spent on health and social care. Show vote
  • On 14 Sep 2021: Andrew Lewer voted for a new 1.25% tax on individuals' earnings or profits to be spent on health and social care. Show vote
  • On 14 Sep 2021: Andrew Lewer voted for a new 1.25% tax on individuals' earnings or profits to be spent on health and social care. Show vote
  • On 8 Sep 2021: Andrew Lewer voted to raise taxes on income and profits to fund health and social care, and, prior to the new tax being levied, to temporarily raise national insurance to fund the NHS. Show vote

Minor votes

  • On 29 Mar 2022: Andrew Lewer voted to increase the Married Women’s Reduced Rate of primary Class 1 National Insurance Contributions by 1.25%, in-line with increases to other National Insurance rates which had been made to raise the Health and Social Care Levy, a ring-fenced additional tax to support UK health and social care bodies. Show vote

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