Philip Dunne calls for more support for farmers affected by the avian influenza outbreak, including compensation for birds that have died from avian flu, flexibility on the labelling of free-range eggs and help to ensure retailers are willing to stock vaccinated meat.
Philip Dunne made brief contribution to debate in Parliament yesterday calling for results of the water quality monitoring upstream and downstream of storm overflows to be made public, for water companies to be statutory consultees for large developments and to speed up implementation of drainage management plans where possible.
Philip Dunne calls on the President of COP26 to comment on whether the structure of Government is best equipped to deliver the Nationally Determined Contributions commitment of 68% emissions reduction by 2030.
Philip Dunne welcomed new Health & Social Care Secretary Steve Barclay and drew his attention to last Friday's Ambulance Summit focussed on the impact of delayed handover wait times at Shrewsbury and Telford hospitals, patient flow and patient discharge causes to ambulance response times. He calls for more resources for social care, particularly for domiciliary care workers in rural areas, to boost the ability to discharge patients.