Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown calls on the Government to urgently consider establishing air bridges, particularly with countries where the rate of infection is lower than our own.
Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown calls on the Government to co-ordinate volunteering organisations across the country as large numbers of people will be needed to deliver necessities to elderly and vulnerable people in self-isolation.
Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown backs legislation for the Phase 2a (West Midlands to Crewe) section of HS2 as this will increase the capacity of our railways and free up the east coast and west coast main lines to get more cars and freight off our roads.
Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown calls on the Government to use its influence at the UN to encourage the Secretary-General to build an effective, broad-based alliance to begin a peace plan and begin the end of the humanitarian crisis in north-west Syria.
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.