Last February, the Government published its White Paper “Levelling-Up the United Kingdom”, setting out twelve targets for 2030. In December, the East of England APPG, which I Co-Chair with Daniel Zeichner MP, published a report on Levelling Up the East of England, which analysed confidence in the region to achieve these targets.
With families and businesses struggling with rising bills and energy security shooting up the policy agenda, there is a new impetus to develop nuclear energy as an essential part of the UK’s energy mix. A major new resource for UK policymakers has now set out some of the steps that will help build a new nuclear future for the nation.
Peter Aldous writes for The House Magazine.
The Future Fisheries Alliance (FFA), a coalition of the Marine Conservation Society, Royal Society for the Protection of Birds and World Wildlife Fund, advocate for sustainable fisheries management and propose Remote Electronic Monitoring (REM) with cameras to achieve this.
Peter Aldous highlights East Anglia’s key role in strengthening national resilience on food and energy security and asks the Government about co-ordinating Departments to ensure the region realises its full potential in both feeding the nation and keeping the lights on.