Category Archives: Environment

The Government must Act and not just consider


Two conversations have taken place in the last couple of days and it is clear that the Government Departments need to respond much more effectively than they are currently doing. The first took place in Parliament on Friday when a … Continue reading

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Will an MP introduce Mark Spencer to Angus Rose?


Today is the last day of Parliament until 19th of April and one of the pieces in todays activities within Parliament is the Business Questions to the Leader of the House who is Mark Spencer. As we can see Angus … Continue reading

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A vital call as part of the Russian Oil Import Ban


On Wednesday 9th of March in the House of Commons there was a debate on the subject of Russian Oil Import Ban which was being hosted by the Government Minister Kwasi Kwarteng who is the Secretary of State for Business, … Continue reading

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The Animal Welfare (Sentience) Bill can go further


Our local MP, Caroline Lucas was the person who first proposed an Animal Welfare proposal as part of our departure from the EU. Her proposal was prevented by the Conservative Government at that time. The photo at the top shows … Continue reading

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Some appalling calls and some very good calls


It appears as if in the last few days that several people inside the Government and Parliament are seeking to move us forward but sadly the Prime Minister has made several destructive comments. The people I have spotted are focusing … Continue reading

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Rewilding with up to £800m a year from Government


On Thursday there was a presentation at the Oxford Farming Conference by George Eustice who announced that there was to be a rewilding strategy set out by his Government. This is a call that has been promised for several years … Continue reading

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MPs please attend Westminster Hall Tuesday at 4.30pm


On Tuesday afternoon Parliament will be holding a vital debate under the heading of “Wellbeing Economy approach to meeting climate goals”. The debate will take place in Westminster Hall from 4.30pm – 5.30pm. It is being organised by Caroline Lucas … Continue reading

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Fairbourne is a village under great threat


The assessment that was made 7 years ago is that Fairbourne in North Wales will not be protected beyond 2054 due to the impact of the rising sea level. The Government has already provided protection but has concluded that it … Continue reading

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Remembrance Sunday, Andy and COP26


Today in our Church we focused on several themes each of which was very significant. All three of these themes raised so much sadness and also pleasure. Tragically one of these was the sad death of a very good friend … Continue reading

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The relevance of COP26 ending close to 11th November


Officially the COP26 event was due to end yesterday and it took place on the 12th November, one day after Remembrance or Armistice Day which this year was 103 years since the end of World War 1. While COP26 is … Continue reading

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