Philip Dunne questions the Secretary of State for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs about the implications on sheep meat exports of a WTO-terms Brexit which would see tariffs of at least 40% on day one.
Speaking in a debate on diabetes, Philip Dunne recalls his family’s experience and calls on the Government to examine the clinical guidance which is restricting access to a flash glucose monitoring device.
Following the Foreign Office statement on the case of Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, Philip Dunne asks if recent diplomatic engagement with Iran in relation to the Yemen peace talks have offered any pointers that could bring some satisfaction in this case.
Following the Government statement on the modernising defence programme, Philip Dunne welcomes the additional funding and asks the Government how this money will ensure that defence will contribute to the prosperity of the UK.
Speaking in the Second Day of the debate on the Prime Minister’s Withdrawal Agreement, Philip Dunne outlines why he will support the deal; with particular focus on the continuation of frictionless trade and our future relationship with the EU on defence and health.
Philip Dunne calls on the Government to ensure that when the Agriculture Bill returns to the Commons it includes a multi-year budgetary framework so that funding is guaranteed over a number of years to reflect farming practice.
Philip Dunne welcomes Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust management's success in securing sufficient qualified clinicians to keep the A&E at Princess Royal Hospital open 24/7 as a positive first step out of special measures.
Speaking in a debate on the report into the use of powerful opioid painkillers at Gosport War Memorial Hospital between 1987 and 2001, Philip Dunne supports the role of Freedom to Speak Up Guardians and calls for leaders of the NHS and the National Guardian’s Office to ensure that best practice is used so that people with concerns about safety have the confidence to make complaints.