Neil Parish MP, speaking in Westminster Hall debate on Iran and the proposed nuclear deal, expressed his concerns over the ability of the international community to enforce Iranian compliance with the terms of the provisional agreement.
Neil Parish MP has used Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Parliamentary Questions ask the Minister about the use of fishmeal for agricultural purposes. Later on in the same debate Neil Parish asks the Minister what steps the government is taking to help dairy farmers get access to finance from the banks.
Neil Parish MP uses education debate in the House of Commons to welcome the extra per pupil funding for Devon’s schools by this Government but also looks to the next Parliament to do more for rural education funding.
Neil Parish MP has lead a Westminster Hall Debate on the management and delivery of broadband. Neil Parish used the debate to press the government to bring broadband to the hardest to reach areas in his constituency.
Neil Parish MP spoke in the Westminster Hall debate on non-stun slaughter. Neil pressed the Government to introduce mandatory CCTV in slaughterhouses to ensure animal welfare rules are being followed and for clearer labelling for stunned and non-stunned meat so that consumers can make informed decisions when shopping.