Peter Aldous welcomes the stamp duty holiday and asks the Chancellor of the Exchequer about further initiatives for the housing which could also alleviate poverty and promote social mobility.
Peter Aldous calls on the Government to issue guidance to schools about when a covid-19 test is needed and to ensure local testing programmes such as that provided by Norfolk and Waveney CCG can continue to operate.
Peter Aldous praises Bungay High School’s new specialist facility for students with hearing loss and urges the Government to ensure that development of the new British Sign Language GCSE is not delayed.
Speaking in the debate on the Fisheries Bill, Peter Aldous calls for the new UK fishing policy to ensure benefits go to local communities and to be truly sustainable with an end to supertrawlers and practices such as electric pulse fishing in UK waters.
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.
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