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.
Philip Dunne speaks in a Parliamentary debate on the Ockenden review into maternity services at the Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital Trust and calls for an interim report on the current state of practice in Shropshire and Telford to reassure expectant mums who are about to use these services.
Philip Dunne speaks in the debate on the Queen’s Speech and calls for the Government to use the Budget to support alternative technologies so we can achieve “net zero Britain” as soon as possible and to lead the world on the green industrial revolution.
Philip Dunne intervenes in the debate on the Queen’s Speech and the Green Industrial Revolution to highlight the demolition of the cooling towers at Ironbridge power station and the fact that one of the companies in that site is a leading company in driverless vehicles.
Philip Dunne backs the EU (Withdrawal Agreement) Bill and calls on the Government to outline plans for separate legislation on workers’ rights, environmental protection and consumer rights which, whilst important, have nothing to do with the withdrawal agreement per se.
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.