Anne Milton’s background and voting record

Anne Milton was first elected MP for Guildford in 2005.

She became a shadow minister for health in 2007.

Health-related votes

  • Voted for an amendment to reduce the upper limit for abortions from 24 week to 22 weeks  
  • Voted for an amendment to strengthen laws to make IVF clinics consider the ‘need for a father and a mother’ before allowing women to begin fertility treatment 
  • Voted for an amendment against the relaxation of laws governing the circumstances in which children genetically matched to a sibling with a genetic disease can be generated by IVF 
  • Voted for a backbench amendment calling for a ban on all hybrid embryos

Source: politics.guardian.co.uk