Parliamentary Activity

Andrew Turner was first elected to represent the Isle of Wight in Parliament in 2001.  He has always taken an active part in Parliamentary debates and proceedings, including questions to the Prime Minister and Secretaries of State for Goverrnment departments.  His speaking and voting record is impressive, particularly as the Isle of Wight has more constituents than any other seat in the UK, with a workload to match.

Andrew was also voted by his colleagues to serve on two influential Select committees.  You can read about their work here :

The Political and Constitutional Reform Committee

http://www.parliament.uk/business/committees/committees-a-z/commons-sel…

The Public Administration Committee

http://www.parliament.uk/business/committees/committees-a-z/commons-sel…

Andrew also chaired Parliamentary debates in the secondary debating chamber of Westminster Hall and presided over Committees which sit to look at proposed new legislation in detail.

On this page you can read below Andrew's speeches and appearances in Parliament, as reported by Hansard, the official record of parliamentary exchanges and contributions.

 

EU Council | Commons debates

Can the Prime Minister confirm that 100,000 migrants is about the maximum number that people are willing to accept at the moment, especia

EU Council | Commons debates

Can the Prime Minister confirm that 100,000 migrants is about the maximum number that people are willing to accept at the moment, especia