Philip Dunne calls on the Government to ensure that the senior-level changes in Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust’s management will not delay the Secretary of State’s consideration of the Independent Reconfiguration Panel’s report on proposed acute hospital reconfiguration.
Following the Government statement on the future of British Steel, Philip Dunne calls on the Government to provide protection against the dumping of Chinese steel in this country as a result of the US-China trade war.
Philip Dunne applauds the Government’s record on tackling climate change and calls on the Government to introduce incentives to encourage occupiers and owners of industrial and agricultural buildings to improve their energy efficiency.
Philip Dunne calls on the Government to help occupiers of listed premises in town centres, with freehold or full repairing lease obligations, a VAT exemption on repairs and maintenance of those premises. This is a cost they have to bear but their online competitors do not.
Speaking in a debate on the future of military aircraft manufacturing in the UK, Philip Dunne calls on the Government to back up its combat air strategy with contracts to allow members of the ‘Team Tempest’ defence consortium to invest in the necessary design and engineering skills at the highest level.
Philip Dunne asks the Government about UK aid reaching recipients in Venezuela and condemns those who blame US imperialism rather than the socialist Venezuelan regime for the humanitarian disaster it has inflicted on its own people.
Following the Government statement to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the continuous at sea deterrent (CASD), Philip Dunne welcomes the decision to maintain the deterrent as the ultimate guarantee of safety for our children and grandchildren in an inceasingly unpredictable world. He also commends the decision to reduce our overall stockpile of nuclear warheads and thereby lead the way in showing that the existing stock of nuclear weapons in the world can be reduced.