Neil Parish MP, who is a member of the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Select Committee made a speech during a debate in the House of Commons on the implementation of the Common Agriculture Policy.
Neil Parish MP made a speech in a debate in the House of Commons on the commemorations planned for the centenary of the First World War to remember those who fell, including the Honourable William Walrond who was the Member of Parliament for Tiverton from 1906. He died on 3 November 1915 while serving as a Lieutenant with the Royal Army Service Corps during the First World War.
Neil Parish MP champions locally sourced food procurement for hospitals and local government during the presentation of the sixth report from the Communities and Local Government Committee on local government procurement.
Neil Parish MP spoke in a Westminster Hall debate on planning policy and wind turbines in the South West. Neil Parish expressed his concerns the drive to build large-scale wind farms should not be at the expense of our natural environment and the communities they affect.