PAC Lessons from Greensill Capital - the Public Accounts Committee of which I am Deputy Chair held an inquiry session on Greensill Capital, questioning former Prime Minister, David Cameron.
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.
Following the Government statement on the planned reforms to Hong Kong’s electoral system by the Chinese National People’s Congress, Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown asks if the Government is talking to Five Eyes allies about extending the right of abode offer to BNO status holders which would put added pressure on the Chinese Government.
Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown calls for extra support for small businesses in the hospitality, leisure and the tourism sectors and for the Government to accelerate the reopening of sectors such as outdoor events.
Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown, Deputy Chair of the Public Accounts Committee, questions the Permanent Secretary of HM Treasury and the Director General, Customer Strategy and Tax Design at HM Revenue and Customs about the use of taxation to help deliver the Government’s environmental and climate change targets.