Peter Aldous questions the Secretary of State for Transport about initiatives to improve electric vehicle charging infrastructure and how it can be rolled out quickly in towns such as Lowestoft and not just large cities.
Peter Aldous congratulates the Ogden Trust and partners for promoting the coastal energy internship programme, which has grown from providing five to 50 internships, and is ensuring that female interns have every opportunity to work in an industry that has long been male-dominated.
Following the Government statement on the resignation of the United Kingdom’s ambassador to the United States, Peter Aldous pays tribute to Sir Kim Darroch and highlights the fundamental importance of the UK’s diplomatic and civil services as vital cornerstones of British governance that must not be undermined.
Peter Aldous questions the Government on the UK export strategy and the promotion of British business in the offshore wind and late-life decarbonising management a decommissioning of oil and gas fields.
Peter Aldous raises the problems facing traders and residents of Bungay which has had no bank branch or free-to-use ATM since May and calls for legislation to reverse this regressive trend.
Peter Aldous calls on the Government to give one-off up-front payments when people transfer to universal credit to address the problems caused by the current five-week wait for the first payment.
Peter Aldous welcomes legislation to change the 2050 greenhouse gas emissions target in the Climate Change Act 2008 to ‘net zero’, which is a legally binding commitment to end the United Kingdom’s contribution to climate change.
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