Following the Government statement on Green GB Week and Clean Growth, Philip Dunne welcomes the Government’s achievements in developing clean growth but calls on the Government and Ofgem to encourage pre-accreditation for anaerobic digestion plants so they can take advantage of the feed-in tariffs.
Philip Dunne seeks assurance from the Government that it will respond positively to the Environmental Audit Committee report on Green Finance, particularly by encouraging investment institutions such as pension funds to consider the long-term financial risks posed by climate change.
Philip Dunne welcomes the Government's strategy for the combat air sector and asks the Secretary of State for Defence how this investment will impact the future of the UK defence industry.
Philip Dunne speaks against a Private Member's Bill to introduce a trade union or staff association for members of Her Majesty’s Armed Forces are already many bodies that advocate on behalf of service personnel and their families.
Speaking on the publication of the report into the Gosport hospital scandal where over 450 people died as a result of being given dangerous doses of powerful painkillers, Philip Dunne welcomes the helpline for families and calls on the Government to make sure it is adequately resourced.
Philip Dunne welcomes the Government announcement on NHS funding and also the Home Office’s new proposals to lift the visa cap on professional clinicians which will enable effective workforce planning in the NHS.
Philip Dunne welcomes the historic long-term funding increase for the NHS and congratulates the Health Secretary on securing this funding which will enable the NHS to develop a 10-year plan alongside a long-term workforce plan and a long-term capital funding plan.