It's an honour to have represented the Isle of Wight in Parliament since 2001. We live in a unique and beautiful corner of the British Isles and I am dedicated to protecting and promoting the interests of the Island and Islanders. If I can help with anything, please get in touch.

As the UK economy returns to growth, Andrew Turner is determined that the Island doesn’t miss out. Across the country it is acknowledged that future growth is driven mainly by successful and innovative small companies. There are many on the Island and we need to create the conditions to create

The Island has many high quality local producers of both food and drink - it is important to our tourism and a key sector of the Island's economy.  It is estimated that ninety pence out of every pound spent with local food and drink producers stays on the Island.  At every

Half of the Isle of Wight has been designated as an Area of Outstanding Beauty and it is its varied and unique character that helps fuel the visitor economy.  We all have a duty to be vigilant to ensure inappropriate development, the siting of wind farm projects and poor quality

Efficient, convenient and affordable ways of crossing the Solent are key to the success of the Island's economy. This issue affects all Islanders, sometimes in ways that are not obvious - for instance our schools have trouble recruiting talented teachers from off the Island.  Our

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As the UK economy returns to growth, Andrew Turner is determined that...
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Half of the Isle of Wight has been designated as an Area of...

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A New Magna Carta? - A consultation on whether the UK needs a written constitution

Profile pictureAndrew is a member of the Political and Constitutional Reform Committee who are currently consulting with the public on whether the UK needs a written constitution. Have your say here.

You can also read the Committee's report - it is over 400 pages long but you don't need to read it before commenting! the report.

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