Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown calls on the Government to put the Environment Act to work, publish the data and speed up the sewage reduction plan.
Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown backs the UK’s support for Ukraine and welcomes the work the UK has done to support the United Nations diplomatic efforts that have enabled some grain shipments to leave Ukraine to help people in Africa and urges this programme to continue.
Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown calls on Parliament to take action on our obligation to protect and preserve the Palace of Westminster UNESCO world heritage site—a grade I listed building with more than 900 years of political history—for future generations.
Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown leads a debate on the major refurbishment programme that is needed to protect and preserve the heritage of the Palace of Westminster and ensure that it can continue to serve as the home to the UK Parliament.
Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown raises concerns about storage of the new harvest in Ukraine whilst 25 million tonnes of old crop is filling up all the stores, and asks the Foreign Secretary what can be done to ensure that there is international passage for that grain out of Odesa and other ports.
Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown welcomes the Bill, which will help to level up some of our poorest communities in this country, but raises concerns that national development management policies could override local plans and set a precedent that begins to nationalise planning policy and upset the delicate balance between national and local policy that has existed since the Town and Country Planning Act 1947.
Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown leads an Adjournment Debate on Cotswold District Council's proposals to borrow £76.5 million to finance investment projects such as buying five solar farm sites for a total of £46.5 million and calls on councillors to think again, and the Government to use all their powers to stop councillors borrowing an unsustainably large amount of money that could risk bankrupting the council.