Peter Aldous outlines measures needed in the Fisheries Bill to revitalise the East Anglian fishing industry, boost economic regeneration of coastal towns and ensure we fish sustainably, in particlar we need to tighten loopholes so that unacceptable practices, such as electro-pulse fishing, are not permitted. In the forthcoming EU negotiations, Peter highlights the need to change the way fishing opportunities are allocated between countries by moving to a geographical-area means of allocation.
Speaking in a debate on the NHS Funding Bill which will enshrine in law an extra £33.9 billion a year by 2024 for the NHS, Peter Aldous welcomes the seedcorn funding for the James Paget Hospital and urges that the redevelopment should provide high-quality facilities for local people.
Peter Aldous speaks in the debate on the Queen’s Speech highlighting the green energy and fishing opportunities for the East Anglian coastal region and urges the Government to take these opportunities to revitalise the area.
Speaking in the House of Commons, Peter Aldous raises the crippling impact of business rates on Beales and calls for the forthcoming review of business rates to not only consider root and branch reform, but the replacement of rates as well.
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