Peter Aldous speaks in a debate on fire safety and sprinkler systems, Peter Aldous recounts the experience of the 2010 Wessex Foods fire which did not have sprinklers and calls for action now to provide sprinklers in all new and converted buildings.
Peter Aldous welcomes the Offshore Wind Sector Deal as a framework for all interested parties to work together to ensure that the impact of onshore transmission is acceptable to local communities.
Peter Aldous highlights the work done by East Coast College and Lowestoft Sixth Form College in promoting social mobility and improving the UK's productivity. He calls on the Government to recognise the strength of support from MPs by using the Spring Statement or the Spending Review to announce more funding for further education colleges.
Peter Aldous says efforts to tackle unscrupulous holiday park operators should be dealt with under existing laws as additional legislation could have a negative impact on the vast majority of sites which are well run and are a vital component of the tourism industry along the Suffolk and Norfolk coast.
Peter Aldous raises concerns about the continuing police and army brutality in Zimbabwe and calls on the Government to work with neighbouring states to hold President Mnangagwa to account and ensure asylum seekers are not returned to the country while the human rights violations continue.
Peter Aldous seeks an assurance from the Government that post-Brexit fishing quota will be fairly distributed to enable the revitalisation of the Lowestoft fishing industry; with local fishermen being able to earn enough for a fair living for themselves and to supply the local merchants and processors needed to support the industry.
Speaking in a debate on homelessness, Peter Aldous praises the work of St Mungo’s and Access Community Trust in Suffolk and calls for an assessment of any correlation with the roll-out of universal credit, long-term funding for homelessness services and an increase in the amount of affordable housing available.
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