Following the Government statement on flooding caused by by Storm Ciara, Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown raises concerns at the many houses still being built on floodplains and calls on the Government to ensure where planning decisions are overturned on appeal there is always a condition that the local authority must approve a satisfactory drainage system.
Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown speaking in a debate on the Agriculture Bill and calls on the Government to ensure that British farmers are not undercut by imports from countries with lower welfare standards, can continue to export to the EU without adverse tariffs and ensure lump sum payment provision are geared to encourage young people into farming.
Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown highlights concerns following the Government's decision to allow Huawei technology to be used in the UK's 5G mobile networks and calls on the Government to run an information campaign to explain the technical, oversight and regulatory aspects of the arrangement.
Speaking in the debate on the NHS Funding Bill, Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown condemns the disastrous NHS PFI deals and seeks assurance that the Government will be reversing that policy and the money will go into local NHS trusts.
Following the Government statement on Iran, Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown calls on Iran to co-operate with the international community on the investigation of the downing of the Ukraine International Airlines aircraft and hand over the flight recorders to international investigators.