Voting records reveal that Sutton and Cheam’s Tory MP has voted to allow companies to discharge waste into our local rivers, and to change the rules to allow a fellow Tory off the hook after an independent review found him guilty.
Paul Scully was criticised by local campaigners for voting against an amendment that would have banned water companies from polluting rivers with sewage. Beverley Brook is already known to suffer from sewage being dumped into its waters.
He has since voted to water down rules for dealing with MP sleaze and corruption after the independent Standards Committee found a fellow Tory MP had breached the existing rules.
The shameful voting record reveals that Paul Scully will refuse to protect Sutton residents' environment, but is happy to protect his fellow Conservative from being held accountable for breaking the rules.