Peter Aldous seeks assurance from the Government that future UK trade policy will be fully aligned with our climate change and environmental policies, promoting low-carbon industries such as offshore wind.
Peter Aldous highlights local disparities in the allocation of funding through the domestic seafood supply scheme and calls for Government support to enable the East Anglian fishing industry to meet the infrastructure and other costs in preparation for the end of the transition period.
Peter Aldous asks the Prime Minister to put in place specific support for theatres such as the Marina and Seagull theatres in Lowestoft and the Fisher theatre in Bungay as theatres are really struggling as a result of the Covid-19 restrictions.
Peter Aldous asks the Government to support colleges such as East Coast College as they face the challenge of supporting 16 to 19-year-old students whose courses have been badly disrupted and also for a funding review to help specific cash-flow difficulties.
Peter Aldous calls on the Government ensure the right financial support is in place to increase food and drink processing capacity so that the UK can take advantage of the significant opportunities to increase British agricultural exports.
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