Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown calls on the Government to use the National Security and Investment Act 2021 to step in to prevent the Chinese takeover of a firm that creates microchips that are of vital importance to our national security.
Following the statement from the Chair of the Committee on the Committee’s report into the future of the planning system in England, Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown asks about addressing the affordability ratio and housing mix.
Following the Government statement on the decision to pause the easing of covid-19 restrictions, Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown calls on the Government to publish data on the risk to the health service and the risk to individuals of death, as opposed to those on the social harm and the harm to businesses.
Speaking in a debate on Aviation, Travel and Tourism, Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown raises concerns about the wider impact of lockdowns on tourism in the Cotswolds and the consequent loss of jobs and livelihoods in the area and calls on the Government to fully unlock on 21 June.
Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown champions British farming and urges farmers to seize the opportunity to sell our high-quality meat and dairy produce, produced with exceptional animal welfare and environmental standards, to exciting new markets across the world.
Speaking in a debate on the new money laundering and terrorist financing regulations, Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown questions the Economic Secretary to the Treasury about who will maintain the UK’s new autonomous list of high-risk third countries.