Speaking in the debate on the Second Reading of the Environment Bill, Philip Dunne highlights a recent Environment Audit Committee report which calls for an army of volunteers across the country to help identify invasive species.
“This column was originally due to be published in the South Shropshire and Bridgnorth Journals on 31st October 2019. As the House of Commons voted to hold a General Election on 12th December 2019, I decided to rewrite my column to reflect recent events. But given the importance of the contents of the Bill, and the need to do more to preserve our environment, I am posting it on my website for constituents to read.” Philip Dunne
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