Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown calls for a change to the algorithm the Government uses in its planning White Paper which fails to take account of local variations and concentrates all new house building in the south-east and central south of England.
Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown raises concerns that the stakeholders and the public have not bought into the project and, if a total decant is too expensive, makes a proposal that would mean the Commons could stay operational in the Palace of Westminster by using the House of Lords.
Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown welcomes news that the Government is well on the way to recruiting its target of 20,000 extra police officers and highlights the impact of extra officers and the chances of a crime being investigated as an effective deterrent.
Speaking in the House of Commons, Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown urges the Government to ensure that smaller theatres, such as The Barn Theatre in Cirencester, get their fair share of the £1.5 billion pledged for theatres and the arts.
Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown calls on the Government to issue comprehensive guidelines to schools and ask every head to produce a back to school plan so that all children can go back to school in September.