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Mp's In Support Of Nimby's

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If your MP is in the following list they are in open support of the crusty old nimbies and the failing housing and planning process in this country, a system that is no longer 'fit for purpose'. The CPRE are trying to retain support for this out dated system by supporting an early day motion, the following MP's support them.

If your MP is there, please drop them a note and let them know what you think. Remember who the politicians and parties are actually working for at the forthcoming local elections.

Conservative Party

Bottomley, Peter

Burns, Simon

Davies, Philip

Gray, James

Key, Robert

Luff, Peter

Main, Anne

Soames, Nicholas

Streeter, Gary

Swayne, Desmond

Walter, Robert

Whittingdale, John

Yeo, Tim

Open: 13 Closed: 0

Democratic Unionist Party

Campbell, Gregory

McCrea, Dr William

Wilson, Sammy

Open: 3 Closed: 0

Labour Party

Betts, Clive

Borrow, David S

Burgon, Colin

Caton, Martin

Corbyn, Jeremy

Cryer, Ann

Dean, Janet

Dobbin, Jim

Drew, David

Ennis, Jeff

Etherington, Bill

Francis, Hywel

Gerrard, Neil

Godsiff, Roger

Hepburn, Stephen

Hodgson, Sharon

Hopkins, Kelvin

Hoyle, Lindsay

Illsley, Eric

Jackson, Glenda

Jenkins, Brian

Jones, Lynne

Meale, Alan

Simpson, Alan

Singh, Marsha

Skinner, Dennis

Soulsby, Peter

Taylor, David

Tipping, Paddy

Walley, Joan

Wyatt, Derek

Open: 31 Closed: 0

Liberal Democrats

Baker, Norman

Clegg, Nick

Foster, Don

Hancock, Mike

Hemming, John

Stunell, Andrew

Williams, Stephen

Open: 7 Closed: 0

Plaid Cymru

Llwyd, Elfyn

Open: 1 Closed: 0

Respect

Galloway, George

Good old George, what a turn up for the books!

The following was part of the original note before it was butchered and altered to suit nimbies :-

BROWNFIELD FIRST APPROACH FOR NEW HOUSING

14.03.2006

Spink, Bob

leave out from `land' to end and add `but deplores the over development of small sites and the replacement of small homes by massive blocks of flats which is putting too much pressure on the infrastructure'.

Edited by BuyingBear

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