Planning reforms face wrath of Tory MPs

By Martin Ford | 09 October 2020

Former Prime Minister Theresa May was among the Conservative backbenchers queuing to criticise the Government’s proposed planning reforms.

MP Bob Seely, who has joined Isle of Wight Council in his constituency to challenge the overhaul of the system, called a debate proposing a ‘meaningful vote’ on the reforms.

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