Speaking in a debate on the review of convictions relating to Post Office Horizon scandal which saw sub-postmasters blamed, and in some cases convicted and jailed, for accounting errors caused by defects in the Horizon IT platform, Philip Dunne calls for those responsible to be held to account to provide some justice for victims.
Speaking in a debate on VAT on Listed Properties, Philip Dunne calls on the Government to reduce VAT to 5% on renewable energy initiatives in listed properties which are often remote, isolated and hard to heat.
Philip Dunne seeks reassurances from the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs that there will be coherence between the environmental land management schemes in the Agriculture Bill and empowering people to be supported through the nature recovery schemes.
Speaking at Prime Minister’s Questions, Philip Dunne calls on the PM to commit funds in the Budget and the comprehensive spending review later this year to improve flood defences to protect communities at risk in areas such as Shropshire.
Speaking in a debate on the Agriculture Bill, Philip Dunne welcomes the opportunity to move away from the one-size-fits-all approach of the CAP and calls on the Government to ensure we will have world-class standards for British food and drink and for our environment and also urges the Government to back a “buy British” policy in food procurement for the public sector.