How did your MP vote?


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Wednesday 2nd of Februarys debate and vote in the House of Commons was an interesting process. You can read our brief analysis of the debate here.

You can download and read the full debate on these PDFs (we would have linked to the Hansard publication directly but the link has been removed at this time – we will insert the link when it becomes active again):

Public Forest Debate – House of Commons – 1
Public Forest Debate – House of Commons – 2

The now restored link to the Hansard publication of the debate is here.

38 Degrees have built this fantastic tool to make it easy for you to see how your MP voted.  You can click “email” or “phone” if you wan’t to get in touch with them!

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Sarah Lawlor February 3, 2011 at 19:47

My MP – Stephen Mosley, Chester – hasnt even bothered to vote. Thanks for your support!

Weon February 3, 2011 at 19:58

My MP, Roger Williams, voted with the Coalition. Not a massive surprise (although disappointing) seeing as he’s a LibDem. We also live in Wales so it doesn’t really effect us.


Richard Collins February 3, 2011 at 22:00

My MP, Dr Alan Whitehead. There’s been a couple of completely unrelated issues for which he has not supported my views but on this one…… Thank you so much.

JeanH February 3, 2011 at 23:12

My MP has not bothered to Vote (Mark Field)

MGB February 4, 2011 at 08:45

Thanks to Andrew Gwynne for the support.

Jon February 5, 2011 at 12:12

Had a response from my MP, Anne Mcintosh (Con) , Thirsk & Malton today. She voted with the coalition (unsurprisingly), but spoke in the debate and raised some concerns about lack of detail in terms of the level of protection, and the lack of recognition of the role that woodlands can play in protecting communities against flooding. I’m going to follow up on these concerns and ask a few more pointed questions

Lesley February 11, 2011 at 11:25

My North Shropshire MP is also SoS for NI, Owen Paterson. I emailed him (again) with questions on the sell-off and his reply (only ever by letter he doesn’t ‘do’ technology) is posted in the West Midlands section of the Forum. I didn’t see Paterson in the HoC chamber during the debate. Paterson voted yes and will continue to vote yes for the sell-off. Paterson only ever votes the Tory party line, he is in a mega safe Tory seat and has no need to listen to non-tory constituents. He is anti local eco initiatives, eg windfarms. I have also found out his personal finances are large enough meaning that like the other rich Tories he has a Blind Trust. I believe we have woodland in South Shropshire under threat of sell-off.

gillian morrison February 11, 2011 at 18:44



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