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End the Cage Age

Thank you to everyone who has emailed me recently to say that they have signed the parliamentary petition to ‘End the Cage Age’, calling for a ban on all caged farming.

Climate change

Public concern about climate change has been increasing recently and a number of constituents have contacted me about it.  I do understand the concerns that are being raised - climate change is one of the most serious long-term environmental and economic threats that this country, and the world,

'Misleading letters' - Universal Credit campaign

A number of constituents have contacted me recently about changes to the wording of the Department for Work and Pensions' (DWP) ‘fit notes’.  These are letters which are sent to Employment and Support Allowance (ESA) claimants' GPs and I appreciate the concerns that have been raised.  The Governm

Environment Bill

Constituents continue to contact me about the draft Environment Bill and I am grateful for the emails I have received on the #LetNatureSing and ‘Nature Needs You’ campaigns.

NHS Staffing After Brexit

I have been contacted by constituents with concerns about ensuring that the NHS has the staff it needs once we have left the European Union.

EU Settlement Scheme

Constituents may find the following letter and accompanying information from the Home Secretary helpful:

Trade after Brexit

Thank you to those constituents who have continued to email me regarding future trade deals and protection of public services.

At International Trade questions on 14 March, the Secretary of State said:

Medicinal Cannabis

I am grateful to everyone who has contacted me about the availability of medicinal cannabis.

Agriculture Bill and Food Standards

I have continued to receive emails from constituents regarding the Agriculture Bill and, in particular, food standards.

#Betterdealforanimals

A large number of constituents have been in touch recently about animal sentience and the #Betterdealforanimals campaign.