Campaign groups like 38 degrees often organise e-mail write-in campaigns to MPs. Here are some of Sir Geoffrey’s responses to these campaigns.
Across the world, most countries are dealing with the fallout from a once-in-a-century pandemic.
I support the Government’s commitment to tackling air pollution, a cause of asthma and respiratory conditions.
The Government is seeking to improve outcomes for people with respiratory conditions, including the 5.4 million people across the UK who are affected by asthma.
Train companies are consulting on plans to modernise customer service across the railway network.
The Hunting Act 2004 makes it an offence to hunt a wild mammal with dogs except where it is carried out in accordance with the exemptions in the Act.
My ministerial colleagues and I are committed to ensuring that older people can live with the dignity and respect they deserve; having a secure home is a key part of that.
The PDCA was introduced in 1991 to assist former Prime Ministers still active in public life. Payments are made only to meet the actual cost of continuing to fulfil public duties.
I share your urgency that we reduce the backlog of cancer care that built up during the pandemic.
I can assure you that reducing waiting times for operations required by people with arthritis - including hip and knee replacement surgery - is an urgent priority for the Government.