Westminster News

Neil Parish MP fights for a new school

Neil Parish MP emphasised to the Prime Minister that Tiverton High School is in need of a new school at Prime Ministers’ Questions today.  

  

Neil Parish MP seeks to protect our electoral integrity

Neil Parish MP asked a question about voter ID in the House of Commons Chamber on Thursday 17th January.

Neil pointed out that voter identification was introduced in Northern Ireland in 20113 with the aim of strengthening democratic integrity.

First DEFRA Questions of 2019

Neil Parish MP participated in the first oral parliamentary questions to the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs of 2019 on Thursday 17th January.

Confidence in this Government

On Wednesday 16th January, Neil Parish MP told the House he had full confidence in the Government.

Future proofing our agricultural policy

Neil Parish MP, today spoke in the second reading of the Agriculture Bill.

 

As the Chair of the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Select Committee, and a former farmer who represents a rural seat, Neil has been fully scrutinising the Agriculture Bill.

 

Improving our air quality

Neil Parish MP led a debate yesterday on improving air quality in the House of Commons Chamber.

Neil joined his fellow select committee chairs from Transport, Environmental Audit and Health and Social Care to discuss how to improve our air quality.

Neil Parish MP welcomes the Ivory Bill

Earlier this week Neil Parish MP and chair of the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Select Committee congratulated the Secretary of State for Defra for bringing forward the Ivory Bill.